auDA participates in national and international Internet Governance processes as mandated by the Terms of Endorsement and in our 2021-2025 corporate strategy. auDA also contributes to the public policy debate in Australia, bringing its expertise to bear on internet related public policy issues through a range of means, including formal submissions to government and through sharing ideas through the auDA Blog.
Public Policy Agenda 2023-2024
auDA’s inaugural Public Policy Agenda sets out the issues central to our policy and advocacy activity during 2023-24. We aim to champion an open, free, secure and global Internet, and to help foster an empowering and secure digital environment that puts people first.
The three key areas in this year’s agenda are cyber security, privacy and digital identity.
Our Agenda was first published in July 2023.
Internet Governance Roadmap
Internet governance is at an inflection point. A number of intergovernmental processes are coming up in 2024 and 2025 that will shape its future.
Thinking through how to sustain and improve multi-stakeholder approaches to internet governance is a core part of auDA's work.
We share our current thinking and chart a path ahead with our Internet Governance Roadmap, first published in August 2023.
Quarterly Public Policy Reports
We summarise our internet governance and public policy work and developments we monitor in our Quarterly Public Policy Reports.
Find out more about our work conducted in our latest report.
Past Quarterly Public Policy Reports