Members of the Internet Governance Caucus are individuals, acting in personal capacity, who subscribe to the charter of the caucus. All members are equal and have the same rights and duties.
If you wish to participate in our activities, or just observe our activities, you are welcome to join our mailing list. The mailing list is our priority working space. You can subscribe by registering on this Web site. If you need to change your subscription options, you will need to visit the separate mailing list site and follow instructions from there. For information on unsubscribing and subscribing under multiple addresses, please read here.
Not all list participants are members. To determine membership, each person who is subscribed to the list at least two (2) months before any election or voting event will be given a voter account. As part of the voting process the voter must personally ascertain that they are a member of the IGC based on membership criteria described in the IGC charter and posted as part of the voting information (i.e. a voter must affirm membership on the voter form in order to vote). The decision to self-identify as a member of the IGC is a personal decision based on the criteria defined. A list of the self-defined member-voters will be published after any election with the results of the election.
The current membership list can be found here.