Fourth Meeting of WGIG, 14-17 June 2005  


The WGIG held its fourth meeting and finalized its Report which has been submitted to the Secretary-General of the United Nations. The Report will be presented to all stakeholders at a meeting in Geneva on 18 July.

The WGIG met in closed sessions from 15 to 17 June at the Château de Bossey in Céligny, Switzerland.  

In conjunction with its last meeting, the WGIG held open consultations at the International Telecommunication Union in Geneva. Click here to view the record of the proceedings of the WGIG consultations. You may also access the result of the real-time captioning of the proceedings of the morning session and the afternoon session. (These documents can also be viewed in a user-friendly version, reformatted by APNIC: morning and afternoon proceedings.)

Click here to view the Press Release on the Fourth Meeting of WGIG. 

The open consultations focused on the following questionnaire on Internet Governance arrangements. Click here to view the list of participants.

Statements and contributions have been given by the following entities:

- The Government of Brazil

- Mr Shahid Akhtar, UNDP Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme


- Mr Art Reilly, International Chamber of Commerce

- The South Centre Project on WGIG

- The Number Resource Organization (NRO)

- Mr Brian Carpenter, Chairman of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

- Ms Lynn St. Amour, President and CEO, Internet Society 

- WSIS Gender Caucus 

- Ms Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, Forum des Droits sur Internet  

- Ms Mary Rundle, Net Dialogue

- The Oxford Internet Institute