The Canadian Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is Canada’s leading multi-stakeholder forum on digital and internet policy issues. The inaugural event took place last year in Toronto and brought together over 200 representatives from government, civil society, and the private sector to tackle pressing public policy issues facing the internet.
Registration has opened for this year’s event, which is set for March 30th at the Université du Québec à Montréal. You can see the full agenda here.
Join us for a full day of discussions with Canada’s top thinkers on digital policy, including a keynote address from Mozilla Executive Director, Mark Surman, and panel discussions on issues including encryption, AI, cybersecurity and beyond.
There is no cost to attend the Canadian IGF and refreshements will be served throughout.
Register now for CIGF 2020: March 30 in Montreal.
It will be held at the Université du Québec à Montréal.
The Canadian IGF is a national initiative of the global United-Nations-convened Internet Governance Forum, which holds annual meetings at different locations around the world. The Canadian IGF will produce a report detailing the unique, regional priorities facing Canadian stakeholders in attendance. This report will then be fed into the global IGF.
We are currently soliciting sponsorships for this year’s event. Click here to learn how your organization can become a sponsor for the 2020 Canadian IGF.