The IGFSA and Why It Matters?
The IGF functions through support from its participants and friends. In order to continue its growth and progression, it needs to have a robust and sustainable income stream. The IGFSA is a channel for additional funding from individuals, companies and foundations to keep the IGF the go-to event for everyone who is interested in the Internet and its governance. See our Brochure Here.
How to Become a Member?
About the IGF
The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) brings people together from all stakeholder groups as equals, in discussions on issues relating to the Internet. The IGF is inclusive and anyone can participate.
In addition, the IGF:
The Internet Governance Forum Support Association (IGFSA) is set up to support the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF). The goal of the IGFSA is to provide stable and sustainable support for the IGF Secretariat and to fund related activities. The IGFSA was launched on September 1 2014 at the ninth IGF meeting in Istanbul, Turkey.
Why should you join the IGFSA?
The IGF is one of the most successful outcomes of the United Nations World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) and brings together governments, civil society, the private sector and the technical community from around the globe to an informal setting, free from binding negotiations. Joining The IGFSA, you help strengthen the IGF as a unique platform to exchange perspectives and concerns on key issues that may affect the future of the Internet.
How can I contribute to the IGFSA?
Become a member (USD 25 for individual members and USD 100 for legal entities (i.e. organizations, corporations and businesses) or make a donation. Visit our FAQ page or click below to learn about where your contribution will go and how it will be utilized.