The 2015 UK Internet Governance Forum was held by Chatham House on Tuesday 16th June 2015.

This was an interactive discussion forum and focussed on topics such as: The Internet Governance landscape; Digital trust; The economic impact of the internet & mobile commerce; Identity & open standards; Child protection and Net Neutrality & the Open Internet

Session coordinators included: The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills; Chatham House; The Internet Watch Foundation; The UK Chapter of the Internet Society; Nominet; The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers; The GSMA; Global Partners Digital; BCS and RIPE Network Coordination Centre.


The UK-IGF event provided an opportunity for the UK community to prepare for the global IGF which was held in Brazil on 10-13 November 2015.

You can view the agenda from the day here.

Highlights from the day can be found on the UK Internet Governance Livestream website. You can also view a full transcript of Ed Vaizey’s Speech.

If you have any questions about the event or require any further information please contact

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