The 8th annual Trinidad and Tobago Internet Governance Forum (TTIGF) 2024 will be online on January 25 and January 26, 2024, FREE!



About the TTIGF 2024


Date: Thursday 25th & Friday 26th January 2024.

TTIGF 2024 will be held hybrid over 2 days on Thursday 25th and Friday 26th January, 2024. The theme was inspired by the UNIGF 2023 theme as an important area that needs to reach the local discussion forum for a way forward in Trinidad and Tobago’s Internet Governance.

Join the discussions for free with experts from the different stakeholder groups. This collective brainstorm about The Internet We Want is more important than ever in our evolving society.

  • Academic Community
  • Technical Community/ ICT Civil Society
  • Civil Society
  • Commercial / Business
  • Government

ALL INTERNET USERS … your participation and your voice are vital in this conversation.

Register to join the discussion. We need to hear from YOU!

You only need to register once for access both days.

Day 1: 2 Panel Sessions

Day 2: 2 Panel Sessions and a 90-min Open Forum

About the IGF

The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is an opportunity for multi-stakeholder dialogue on public policy issues related to key elements of Internet governance, such as the Internet’s sustainability, robustness, security, stability, access and development.

The IGF was first convened in 2006 by the United Nations Secretary-General in Athens, Greece. Since then, the IGF has grown, with local and regional IGF meetings taking place all over the world to discuss issues of local relevance, as well as to provide inputs for the global IGF. Trinidad and Tobago has been involved in the IGF from inception, with locals playing major roles in its conception, as well as in the creation, facilitation and moderation of sessions.

The Trinidad and Tobago Multistakeholder Advisory Group (TTMAG) aims to continue the mandate of the United Nations Secretary-General, to:

  1. maximize the opportunity for open, inclusive dialogue and the exchange of ideas on Internet governance (IG) related issues;
  2. create opportunities to share best practices and experiences;
  3. identify emerging issues and bring them to the attention of the relevant bodies and the general public;
  4. contribute to capacity building for Internet governance;  
  5. facilitate inclusive, productive discussions on Internet-related public policy issues from a general perspective, while keeping all stakeholders involved.

The IGF is valued as a resource for networking with peers, a forum for sharing information and experiences and “a non-judgmental venue for members to openly discuss their challenges and perspectives.”

What’s Next?

Previous TTIGF events

Review past TTIGF events which includes full video coverage of the sessions, the official report and photos from the day.