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Chapter Resources

Three groups of Chapter Resources:

1. Mobilize people and get the word out


The Internet Society social platform, Connect, where members can discuss issues about the Internet, for the Internet, through the Internet. Do you want to set up a Community just for your Chapter? Contact

Chapters Webcasting Service

Enhance participation to your events today by webcasting! All that is needed is a camera device and a laptop. Find out more about the Chapters Webcasting Service. Need help? Contact

Chapters Zoom Support

Engage the community with high-impact webinars and online meetings. Schedule, host and organize remote participation for your events and group or board meetings by using Zoom ( Please contact or your regional chapter development manager to schedule your next meeting or for more information. 

Chapter Logos 

Chapter logos in various formats are available for downloads here

Chapter Website Templates

An initiative from the Netherlands Chapter supported by ISOC: a brand-new WordPress template for ISOC Chapters. Fully responsive and following ISOCs new brand guidelines, available at github. The Netherlands Chapter also provides IPv6 enabled free hosting, all thanks to a grant from Check github or contact for more details. 

Media Training

Video on how to communicate our key messages to our different stakeholders.
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2. Managing your Chapter

Membership and Chapter Management: Chapter Portal Guide

An overview of functionalities of the Internet Society's Chapter Portal, that allows you to manage and communicate with your Chapter membership, as well as to update your Chapter leadership. 

To download: Chapter Portal Guide. Any questions, please contact

Beyond the Net Funding Programme

Our Beyond the Net Funding Programme gives Internet Society members the opportunity to contribute at a local or regional level through an Internet Society Chapter. We support bright ideas that support the vision and mission of the Internet Society at local level, that make a positive difference in peoples lives through the Internet. 

Any questions? Please contact

Chapter Admin Funding

The Chapter Admin Funding provides an annual contribution to help Chapters manage day-to-day activities. Those areas range from local registrations, legal and accounting costs, liability insurance for the Officers of the Chapters, membership management, invoice processing, organization of the general assembly, or even general admin support. For more information go to Chapter Admin Funding page (Français) (Español).

Online Chapter Elections 

Is it time for your Chapter Elections and you need some help setting up e-voting? Contact the team to get support. We have a step by step process and can set up online voting for you.

Want to know what your members think?

Do you want to send out a survey to better understand your members or to just get their insight on a given topic? We can help with the setup of your survey using SurveyMonkey.

Contact or your regional Chapter manager for more information and help.

Mobilising volunteers

One of the main challenges for a volunteer driven Chapter is to mobilize it's members, to ask them to dedicate their time and knowledge. Here is a guide that addresses some of those issues.

Tools for Mobilizing Volunteers: English - Français - Espanol (PDF)

Inforum Course: Fundraising for Internet Society Chapters

As a volunteer, your Chapter can raise funds to help bring the Internet to the world in many ways.  By taking this course, you can develop the skills and know-how to make it easier for your Chapter to run a successful fundraising campaign.

Event planning guide

Do you want to plan a meeting or an event with your members, but you don’t know how to do it? Please use this guide as a reference.

3. Content you can use

Internet Governance and Public Policy 

  • You need to talk to local policy makers and need some briefs to help you in certain Policy matters? Have a look here.
  • Are you interested in organising an Internet Governance event? Check out the IG Toolkit to help you along the way.
  • Tools for Unravelling the Net Neutrality / Open Internetworking debate: English - Français - Español (PDF)
  • Tool for Educating and Influencing Policymakers: English - Français - Español (PDF)
  • Need to know ISOCs perspective about critical Internet issues ? Please read our policy briefs

Access / Development 


  • Identity Chapter Toolbox Final: English - Français - Espanol (PDF)
  • Looking for information about SPAM to talk to your various stakeholders? Check out the SPAM toolkit. You want to give your members the opportunity to dive in deeper, point them to the online tutorials

Online Learning

  • Inforum - Internet Society's online learning platform that will give relevant content to your members. are you interested in using some of this content in your Chapter? Or do you want to set up a training course locally with this content? Contact

GIP Digital Watch Observatory

The GIP Digital Watch observatory, an initiative of the Geneva Internet Platform (operated by DiploFoundation) in partnership withISOC, is a comprehensive Internet governance and digital policy observatory. The platform – at – provides a neutral one-stop shop for the latest developments, overviews and explanatory texts, events, resources, and other content related to Internet governance and digital policy. It draws from the strengths of its partners’ assets: the resources DiploFoundation has developed over the last 15 years, the Geneva Internet Platform's international reach, and the Internet Society’s network of Chapters that will help shape localised content.