ICANNWiki is a community-built resource for the ICANN community and people who are interested in Internet governance.
The Internet is absolutely and increasingly fundamental to the way we live our lives. Billions of people use it and depend on it every day, and everyone has a stake in its future. Yet the internet governance space is known for being highly technical and obscure, preventing general understanding of the complex issues involved.
ICANNWiki provides high-quality information about a wide range of topics relating to internet governance. We foster greater input and understanding of how policy is created in the various structures that affect the current and future development of the Internet.
Much of the information we make available is difficult to find elsewhere. We provide a valuable third party perspective with a Neutral Point of View as to what is happening within the ICANN community and the Internet governance space. We are an open platform, managed by the community for the community.
ICANNWiki's work is very important, but our continued success depends on support from Netizens and the ICANN community.
Your support funds a full-time editor & community manager, several part-time article writers and participation at ICANN meetings.
ICANNWiki is a 501(c)(3) non-Profit, and donations are tax-deductible in the U.S.
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Raymond King, Director
The ICANNWiki Team
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