The 2016 UK Internet Governance Forum will take place on Thursday 17th November. More information will be made available shortly.


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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