The Global Network of Internet and Society Research Centers (NoC) and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University released a new report on Multistakeholder Governance Groups concluding that there is no “one size fits all” option for Internet governance. The report relied on case studies of governance structures examining existing multistakeholder governance groups to inform global governance of the Internet. According to the Berkman Center, “the report deepens our understanding of the formation, operation, and critical success factors of governance groups.” The report aims to better inform the future of governance models for international Internet governance. A summary of the key findings from the cases can be found in the synthesis paper released in conjunction with the report.
Sade Oshinubi is an independent policy professional focusing on information and communications technology. She has extensive FCC experience as she served as an FCC Honors Attorney and completed multiple FCC internships while in school. Sade also worked in the information and communications technology industry while in school. She received her JD and MS in Telecommunications [Management] from Indiana University and her BS in Journalism from Georgia Southern University. Contact: @SadeOshinubi ; [email protected]