The Draft Bill is published here
Please join us on 10 December 2020 for the Chapter’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). This year the AGM will take place online due to Pandemic restrictions.
Date and Time
Thursday 10 December 2020, 16:00 – 18:00 UTC
16:00-18:00 (120 minutes)
Part 1 – 16:00-16:30 – Internet Society UK Limited
- Welcome, Roll Call, Introduction by the Chair (5 minutes)
- Approval of Agenda
- Internet Society UK Limited (25 minutes)
- Financials of ISOC UK England
- Confirmation of FY2019 Accounts filed
- Approval of FY2020 preliminary Accounts
- Approval of current company/society organisation
- Appointment of Accountants
- Elections Process
Part 2 – 16:30-18:00 – ISOC UK England
- Chair’s Report of Chapter Activities since last AGM (10 minutes)
- Working Groups (30 minutes)
- Future Activities for 2021 (30 minutes)
- IPv6 Matrix update (10 minutes)
- Any other Business
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Key take-aways from the latest ICANN69 Virtual Annual General Meeting
Friday 20 November 2020 will see the first ICANN69 read-out session where key participants at ICANN’s recent virtual Annual General Meeting will be sharing their perspectives and understanding of the outcomes of that meeting. The UK Chapter of the Internet Society has partnered with the European At-Large Organisation (EURALO) and ICANN to provide you with this exclusive, condensed and exciting review of the three weeks of meetings in less than 90 minutes!… Read more ...
Date: 15, 16, 17 September 2020.
As announced on the UK IGF Web Site:
The UK Internet Governance Forum (UK IGF) is the national IGF for the United Kingdom. IGFs are an initiative led by the United Nations for the discussion of public policy issues relating to the internet. A key distinguishing feature of IGFs is that they are based on the multi-stakeholder model – all sectors of society meet as equals to exchange ideas and discuss best practices.
The purpose of IGFs is to facilitate a common understanding of how to maximise the opportunities of the internet whilst mitigating the risks and challenges that the internet presents.… Read more ...
ISOC UK England Online Discussion
Friday 29 May 2020
15:30 – 17:00 BST / 16:30 – 18:00 CET (90min)
The outbreak of Covid-19 in early 2020 has profoundly changed our societies and the way we work and connect to each other. It has called for rapid adaptation in a short period of time from governments, societies and private sector alike. While uncertainty remains over what the so-called “new normal” might look like, the Internet continues to operate as an important backbone to this future.… Read more ...
Here is the blog post from one of our chapter chosen candidates, who attended the Internet Society (ISOC) 2020 online training, “Shaping the Internet”. Dr Leoni M. Tanzer writes what she has learnt and shares her thoughts bellow and here.
On the Importance of Internet Governance
Dr Leonie Maria Tanczer, Lecturer at UCL STEaPP, reflects on her experience having participated in Internet Society’s Next Generation Leaders (NGL) e-Learning programme and makes a case for why the governance of the Internet should matter to all of us.… Read more ...