How can I become a member of the GFCE?
Countries, intergovernmental organizations, international organizations and private companies are eligible for full GFCE Membership.
Membership is free of charge, but active participation is expected. Hence, members plan to attend the GFCE Annual Meeting and intend to contribute either in-kind or financially to one or more cyber capacity building initiatives within the GFCE framework.
GFCE members can suggest and endorse new members to the GFCE, provided that potential new members acknowledge the three documents of the GFCE:
When a country or organization would like to submit a request for membership, it is necessary to officially endorse the founding documents. Endorsement will have to be confirmed by the high level representative (f.e., email from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would be sufficient).
Applications for new membership are received by the GFCE Secretariat and considered based on their merit and proposed initiatives by all GFCE members.
Requests for GFCE membership can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delhi Communiqué on a GFCE Global Agenda for Cyber Capacity Building
During the Global Conference on Cyberspace 2017, the GFCE community endorsed the Delhi Communiqué on a GFCE Global Agenda for ...
Framework document GFCE
This Framework Document outlines the structure and operation of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise. It reflects the shared ...
The Hague Declaration on the GFCE
Political statement of the 42 founding members during the launch of the GFCE on 16 April 2015 at the Global Conference on ...