The Inaugural Coordination Council of the NETmundial Initiative (NMI) was established in December 2014. It was mandated for 18 months with the mission of developing an operational framework for addressing Internet Governance issues and advancing the implementation of the NETmundial Principles and Roadmap.
The Inaugural Coordination Council shares its findings and presents its proposal for the future.
The NETmundial Initiative welcomes expressions of interest from community members who wish to attend in-person the inaugural Coordination Council meeting that is to be held in São Paulo, Brazil, on 30 June 2015. Remote participation
The Inaugural Coordination Council (“Council”) of the NETmundial Initiative (“Initiative”) - a diverse, cross-regional group consisting of 23 global stakeholders from civil society, government, the private sector, technical and academic community, and international entities - held a working meeting on 31 March 2015 at Stanford University in California, USA. The gathering served to discuss the Initiative's organization, role and activities.
The NETmundial Initiative (NMI) is now aimed to take the next small stumbling step. To get this step right it is extremely important that all the elements, which made the São Paulo conference and the multistakeholder approach so far a success, are further stabilized and enhanced: Everything has to be open, transparent, inclusive and bottom-up.
Today the NETmundial Initiative announced the launch of the community consultation phase for the development of the Initiative's Terms of Reference. All interested parties are invited to provide input on a set of questions relating to the Initiative’s purpose, scope and organization.
Today the NETmundial Initiative announced the members of its Inaugural Coordination Council and outlined next steps in the process. The announcement follows a series of open dialogues and consultations across all sectors of the global community that have helped inform and shape the way forward.