The Dynamic Coalition Coordination Group (DCCG)
The DCCG holds monthly meetings that are open to all. Each DC is invited to volunteer one or two of its members to join and its regular monthly meetings. Any other DC member is also invited to attend. The DCCG also communicates regularly via its mailing list.
The DCCG is guided by its Terms of Reference.
|Coordination meetings||See below and the IGF Calendar|
|Coordination meeting facilitators||
With assistance from the IGF Secretariat (Sorina Teleanu)
2021 Coordination Activities
IGF Dynamic Coalitions: Digital cooperation in practice | DC report open for public comment
Throughout 2021, Dynamic Coalitions (DCs), supported by the IGF Secretariat, have worked on a report documenting the history of DCs, providing insight into their work and processes, and analysing their further potential. The report is intended to contribute to a better understanding of the worth of coalitions and their contribution to current IGF processes, as well as to shaping the future of the IGF. In addition to documenting the current state of affairs related to the work of DCs and their role within the IGF ecosystem, this document also highlights suggestions and recommendations that could contribute to strengthening DCs and enhancing their contribution to the IGF.
The IGF community is invited to review the report and provide comments by 14 November. These will be considered in the preparation of the final version of the report, to be discussed at the IGF 2021 meeting in December 2021.
Please send your contributions to coalitions[at]intgovforum.org.
|13 October 2021||
|21 September 2021||
|2 September 2021||
|9 June 2021||
|13 May 2021||
|19 March 2021||
|1 March 2021||
|7 January 2021||
- DCs comments on MAG WG-Strategy paper | June 2021
2020 Coordination Activities
|21 January 2020||
|23 March 2020||
|6 May 2020||
|8 June 2020||
|14 July 2020||
|15 September 2020||
|9 October 2020||
|16 October 2020||
|23 October 2020||
|23 November 2020||
For comments on the summaries above, or any inaccuracies detected, kindly send an email to [email protected].
See also the archive of 2015-2019 meetings.
2020 DC-IGF Main Session Planning
Starting in 2015, Dynamic Coalitions have regularly organized main sessions together at annual IGFs.
The topic for the DCs' main session at IGF 2020 is:
Dynamic Coalitions during COVID and post-COVID for Socio Economic Renewal
Substantive papers submitted by Dynamic Coalitions who wish to be involved as participants in this session are listed below:
- DC-CIV substantive paper 2020 + COVID-19 and the Dynamic Coalition on Core Internet Values
- DC-Connecting the Unconnected substantive paper 2020
- DC-COS substantive paper 2020
- DC-DDHT substantive paper 2020
- DC-GIG substantive paper 2020
- DC-PAL substantive paper 2020
- DC-Sustainability substantive paper 2020
- DCAD substantive paper 2020
- IRPC substantive paper 2020
- YCIG substantive paper 2020
Ooutcomes of Dynamic Coalitions who did not participate in the DC-IGF Main session are listed below:
- DCPR Outcome: Glossary of Platform Law and Policy Terms
- DCNN-DC3 Joint Outcome Report: The Value of Internet Openness in Times of Crisis
Archives of Past DC Main Sessions
- Archive of 2019 DC papers developed in preparation for the main session
- Archive of 2018 DC papers developed in preparation for the main session
- Archive of IGF 2017 Main Session Planning
- Archive of IGF 2016 Main Session Planning
DC Mailing List Guidelines
Following thorough consultations within and among DCs, in October 2017 coalitions agreed to a common set of guidelines for managing their individual mailing lists. In particular, the guidelines identify steps to be taken both for the list administrator and member in cases of questionable mailing list conduct.
DCs 'Briefing Documents'
At the request of the IGF Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG), in April-May 2017, DCs contributed to the drafting of a broad briefing document to inform the MAG - and in particular newcomers to the MAG/IGF - on what DCs are and what the status of their collective work was in 2017. An updated version of this document was submitted in 2018, providing similar updates on their collective, as well as individual work, during the 2018 cycle. The documents are available below. ♦