The Youth Observatory engages its members through various avenues and partnership with organizations in the internet ecosystem
The Youth Observatory projects cover a wide range of activities engaged in by its members in various countries across the globe.
We are delighted to organize one of the biggest social events for young people during the IGF 2023 Kyoto, where we expect to have 100+ young people from all over the world coming together to enjoy an evening of networking, knowledge, cultural exchange and fun.
The Creating Networks project is an initiative funded by ISOC's Beyond the Net - Medium/Large Grants program. Its objective is to map the current initiatives and organizations that involve young people and information and communication technologies around the world.
On the occasion of the IGF 2019 Berlin, we are happy to announce the launching of our Youth Atlas, a book that tells some of the stories of the young people involved in Internet Governance today.
The Youth Observatory is a proud supporter of Youth Internet Governance initiatives in multiple countries around the world. Regionally, the SIG supports yearly the Youth LAC IGF, West Africa Youth IGF and the Africa Youth IGF .
(Coming up in 2021) The Youth in IG Newsletter is meant to be the first place people will look for news and opportunities (fellowships, job opportunities, scholarships) related to Internet Governance and focused on young people.