GIPO Survey: Towards federation roadmap
If you think your project / initiative can cooperate with GIPO either as a user or an info provider, please fill-in the form below.

The Global Internet Policy Observatory (GIPO), an initiative of the European Commission, is an online tool to help monitor developments on Internet policy around the world and provide better understanding and access to the largest number of potential stakeholders. Governments, NGOs and others interested in Internet Governance. Thanks to the use of advanced IT technologies, GIPO provides a practical tool to navigate this field, increasing expertise and understanding among many more interested actors.

GIPO adopts federated approach. Its goal is to overcome the fragmentation and complexity of information about internet governance across the world. It is meant to be a complementary tool to your initiatives. GIPO is designed as a service for, both, final users and other observatories, which can use the tool to get the information they need.

That is why interoperability of the GIPO tool with your projects is so important.

We are currently working on the GIPO federation roadmap. It analyses possible scenarios of collaboration between GIPO and other initiatives, and that is why your participation in this survey is so important.

Check our leaflet: http://www.giponet.org/sites/default/files/GIPO_poster.pdf and access the Observatory Tool directly: http://observatory.giponet.org.

Test the Tool and tell us how we can cooperate!
More about GIPO initiative at: www.giponet.org


Name of the initiative *
Webpage address *
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Contact Person *
Email *
Organizational setting / financing institution
Managing institution
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Country of origin
Geographical coverage
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Type of initiative: *
(multiple choice answer)
Purpose / Mission: *
Thematic coverage: *
Governance Principles Development Infrustructure Security Sociocultural Human Rights Legal Economic
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Target group: *
(eg. is project aimed journalists, diplomats...)
Type of content/ type of data/ sources etc.: *
Timeline for project: *
(when was it started, until when it will last)
Human resources used:
(eg. how many people works on a project, part-time or full-time, what type of experts: technical, policy etc - describe details in Other)
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Technological choices adopted:
(technology used: HTML, Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal etc...)
Potential for interoperability / Availability of API or similar services:
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Services provided: *
Taxonomy used:
(categories and subcategories to structure internet governance information)
Lesson learnt / key challenges: *
Main achievements / key advantages: *
Possible scenario of collaboration with GIPO:
Please specify your choice and elaborate in other if no collaboration is possible
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Incentives and barriers to collaboration:
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