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ICT companies increasingly face pressure by governments to act in ways that may impact the fundamental human rights of privacy and freedom of expression. To help navigate those challenges, GNI does four key things:
1. Provides a framework for companies, rooted in international standards
2. Ensures accountability of ICT sector companies through independent assessment
3. Enables opportunities for policy engagement
4. Creates shared learning opportunities across stakeholder boundaries
To learn more about GNI, please download our brochure (pdf).
Meet the GNI staff.
Find answers to commonly asked questions about the Initiative.
Here are the steps to follow to join GNI.
The Charter establishes a governance structure and defines key organizational elements of the Global Network Initiative. The Charter describes how the GNI will be governed in order to ensure integrity, accountability, relevance, effectiveness, sustainability, and impact.
Information about GNI's independent assessment process for company participants.
Learn about internship opportunties at GNI.
Conflict of Interest Policy
GNI is implementing a conflict of interest policy. In 2013 this policy will apply to GNI Board members and alternates and GNI staff. In 2014 the policy will apply to all GNI participants.
Review GNI's Form 990.
All documentation relating to GNI's nonprofit status is available for inspection at our office:
Global Network Initiative
1200 18th Street NW, Suite 602
Washington, DC 20036