Conference: The Future of Cyber Governance

The Global Governance Reform Initiative (GGRI) seeks to overcome the challenges of global governance in three important domains – cyberspace, migration and oceans – by improving the efficiency, effectiveness and legitimacy of collective actions undertaken by relevant stakeholders.

Seventeen cyber governance experts, selected through a competitive application process, convened at The Hague Institute from 13-15 May to present working papers on a range of issues related to the global governance of cyberspace.

The aim of the conference was to allow experts from diverse geographical and disciplinary backgrounds to engage in a rigorous analysis of cyberspace governance challenges, in order to craft practicable policy recommendations aimed at improving the governance of cyberspace. The papers will be reviewed by a panel of renowned academics and practitioners or ‘luminaries.’

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Cyber Governance

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