Global Commission on Internet Governance has launched its first report at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Ministerial in Cancun. The Global Commission on Internet Governance was a two-year initiative established in January 2014 to articulate and advance a strategic vision for the future of Internet governance. The project conducts and supports independent research on Internet-related dimensions of global public policy. I’m pleased that we were able to publish more than forty independent research papers. Chaired by Carl Bildt, the Commission informs feasible and concrete policy recommendations for the future of Internet governance, by providing a framework for “One Internet” that is inclusive, trustworthy, safe and open for everyone. To reach this goal the Commission focused its recommendations on issues of online privacy, digital rights, cybersecurity, internet freedom and access.