6 Ways to Participate

Responding to the Internet Governance Forum’s mandate for multi-stakeholderism, the Coalition welcomes and indeed explicitly seeks participants from all stakeholder groups, including individuals, civil society groups, the academic sector, governments, intergovernmental organizations, the technical community, and the private sector.

1 – Join the IRP Listserv

Visit and Join the IRP listerv to follow and contribute to the discussion about how best to implement the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966, 1976), and International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights ( on the Internet.

2 – Read the charter and provide feedback

Read the charter and its supporting documents including the commentary and 10 IRPs
We want your feedback about how to make the Charter stronger by jumping onto the page and commenting.

3 – Join us on Facebook

Join our Facebook page, become a “fan” and “suggest to friends

4 – Follow us on Twitter

Follow us on Twitter at

5 – Subscribe to our YouTube Channel

Subscribe to our Youtube Channel to view informative and inspiring videos

6 – Follow our photostream on Flickr

Follow our photostream on Flickr and upload photos to our group pool using netrights tag.
In the near future we hope to also enable different kinds of participation for awareness, education, and fund raising for important initiatives and campaigns.

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