The International Institute of Communications enables the balanced, open dialogue that shapes the policy agenda for the telecoms, media and technology industries. We have six key areas of work which you can explore below.
IIC discussions coalesce around six key themes. Within each of these themes, you will find a rich collection of talks, articles, reports and other useful resources that explore the themes of Governance, Innovation, Competition, Privacy and Infrastructure and Investment.Explore
We are a proudly global organisation, with work that stretches across the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas. Read on to learn more about our work in each region.Explore
The IIC has Chapters around the world. These are run by professionals working in the TMT sector who work with the IIC on a voluntary basis to share knowledge, facilitate relationships and create long term bonds between regulatory authorities and the businesses they regulate.Explore
Events form the backbone of the IIC and take place throughout the year and around the world. They give members and non-members the chance to meet in a neutral environment, to form informal bonds and explore solutions to policy and regulatory issues.Explore
The IIC Forum for regulators of small nations focuses on the particular opportunities and constraints in media and communications regulation in countries with small populations and/or small economies. Membership of the Forum is free, while membership to the broader International Regulators’ Forum (IRF) attracts a small annual fee.Explore
The Future Leaders' Network (FLN) is for younger professionals to build a network and learn from international peers.Explore
We give innovators and regulators a forum in which to explore, debate and agree the best policies and regulatory frameworks for widest societal benefit.
Insight: Exchange: Influence
We give members a voice through conferences, symposiums and private meetings, as well as broad exposure of their differing viewpoints through articles, reports and interviews.
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