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Affiliates and Partners

Affiliates

An Affiliate is any non-profit organization with mission and objectives that intersect with those of the Internet Society and who declare specific, mutual goals and activities in an Affiliate Agreement.  The Affiliate Agreement defines the specific mutual goals, activities and benefits that ISOC and Affiliate intend to pursue and confer.

Internet Society Partnerships

The Internet Society’s view about partnerships could be summarized in the following points:

  • Partnerships are crucial for the Internet Society to achieve greater impacts with the work we do;
  • To achieve these impact, we engage in different kinds of partnerships;
  • Our engagement in these partnerships is always driven by our mission, objectives and priorities, and not by the interest of parties who might benefit from our work; and
  • The funding of any initiative involving a partnership is done thru a non-profit organization.

Read and download the Partnerships document

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