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15 February 2012

International Chapter Toolkit: Tools for Educating and Influencing Policymakers

As the Internet grows and expands, the public policy issues associated with its evolution, security, and stability become more complex and, at times, more urgent. This toolkit is intended to help Internet Society Chapter leaders and their members become acquainted with the Internet Society’s public policy principles. It offers advice, suggestions, and guidance for Chapters interested in pursuing. Internet policy issues as well as examples, best practices, and insights from Chapter leaders and others who have experience educating policy makers and persuading them to apply those principles in their geo-graphic regions.

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