Latin American and Caribbean Regional Group (GRULAC)
Argentina national IGF was established in 2015 year. The main goal is to create a space for a dialogue on Internet Governance matters, in which different stakeholders discuss the development of Internet in this respective country.
Barbados national IGF is established in 2017 year. Its objective is to provide Barbadians from all sectors of society with a platform to discuss how they use the Internet and the most pertinent issues affecting them.
Bolivia national IGF was organized in 2017. Its main aim is to create a unique multistakeholder platform for discussing policy issues pertaining to Internet governance, that are of relevance for this respective community.
National IGF of Brazil was organized in 2010 year. Its main objective is bringing together different stakeholder groups to discuss Internet-related issues in Brazil and worldwide. The Forum is, therefore, an open opportunity and an invitation to discuss the current and future challenges of the Internet as a whole.