The IIC exists to inform and thereby shape the global policy agenda for the ICT and digital ecosystem. Its members believe that the impact of technological innovation on society should be evaluated and discussed openly and that policy and regulation should both maximise the public interest and promote innovation and investment. Members have access to the latest policy thinking, best practice and trends from around the world.
The IIC’s unique positioning is that it is global, trusted, independent and neutral organization, with strong convening powers, deep policy expertise and high level of discussions.
The ‘Chatham House rule’ allows a unique trusted environment to encourage open dialogue.
The IIC is not a trade association or lobbying body nor is it driven by a politically focused agenda.
The IIC remains neutral across all discussions globally.
The IIC’s members have direct input into the programme of events and are contacted on a regular basis by the Programme director to suggest topics and potential speakers
As a neutral convenor the IIC brings together digital regulators at a regional and global level to discuss issues and challenges and how they can be resolved. The International Institute of Communications
The IIC works with its members when developing the agendas to ensure they have input into the topics included in those programmes. It is well positioned to bring together a network from within the digital ecosystem and beyond, as is required by the members.
The IIC has the capacity to develop forums /round tables as well as the opportunity to work with other organizations, as is required from its membership and tailored to suit their needs
The IIC is funded by membership subscriptions, delegate fees and sponsorship. All income is invested back into the Institute, as a not for profit organization, to ensure that this important global network can continue.
The IIC is governed by a Board of Directors (Trustees). Headed by a President.
The IIC is a Charitable Trust and registered with the Charities Commission England and Wales.
Membership is at an organizational level
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We give innovators and regulators a forum in which to explore, debate and agree the best policies and regulatory frameworks for widest societal benefit.
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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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