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Documents from the Open-ended Working Group on ICTs

First session | Informal intersessional meeting | Second session | Third session | Working Papers and proposals


FIRST SUBSTANTIVE SESSION, 9-13 September 2019

Conference documentation

Provisional agenda (adopted June 2019)
Note from the Secretariat 

Note by the secretariat on the organisation of work of the first substantive session (25 July 2019)

Note verbale regarding the outcome of non-objection procedure for attendance of non-governmental organisations at the Open-ended Working Group meeting (29 August 2019)

List of speakers

INFORMAL MULTISTAKEHOLDER INTERSESSIONAL CONSULTATIVE MEETING, 2-4 December 2019

Conference documentation

Letter from the Chairs, including final meeting programme and other attachments  (26 November 2019)

Letter from the Chair - meeting programme (1 November 2019)

Possible framing questions 

Aide memoire for NGO participation

Website for OEWG intersessional meeting

Contribute a video statement

If you are unable to attend the OEWG intersessional in December but work in the field of international cyber security then you can record a one-minute video statement for posting on the official conference website. Please contact Allison Pytlak (allison.pytlak@wilpf.org) for more details.

SECOND SUBSTANTIVE SESSION, 10-14 February 2020

OEWG chair’s letter to member states on the second substantive session
Chair’s working paper for the second substantive session
Draft programme of work for the second substantive session

Tentative draft structure of the report (substantive component)

Background paper on existing UN bodies and processes related to the mandate
Background paper on international law in the GGEs
Background paper on regular institutional dialogue

WORKING PAPERS AND PROPOSALS

Australia
Canada
China
Iran
Mexico
United Kingdom

ICT4Peace, Submission to UN Negotiations on Cybersecurity (OEWG)
International Committee of the Red Cross, International Humanitarian Law and Cyber Operations during Armed Conflicts
CyberPeace Institute, Closing the accountability gap: A proposal for an evidence-led accountability framework