Registration at the first session of the Ad Hoc Committee

28 February to 11 March 2022, New York

At present there are no funds to facilitate travel of participants to this meeting. All arrangements for travel, including visas, accommodation, and transportation, are the responsibility of participants.  

Member States and the observers for the Holy See, State of Palestine and European Union

Member States and the observers are kindly requested to register their delegate/s by sending a Note Verbale containing the names, titles and email addresses to cybercrimeAHC@un.org by 25 February 2022, 6:00 p.m., New York time, at the latest. Please do not mail in or hand-deliver formal Note Verbales. The Note Verbales can be issued from either the New York or Vienna-based Permanent Missions.

The meetings of the first session will be held in a hybrid format by which the delegations have the choice to participate in the formal meetings in person or through Zoom with remote simultaneous interpretation, or by both means.

In person participation will be held in Conference Room 4 from 28 February to 4 March, and in Trusteeship Council Chamber from 7 to 11 March, except for 8 March on which date the meeting will be held in the General Assembly Hall.

In accordance with the physical distancing requirements in UNHQ only one delegate from each delegation can be present in the meeting room at any given time. However, the delegation can consist of more than one delegate if they wish to alternate their presence in the meeting. 

Delegations are invited to request a maximum of three speaker links in order to ensure optimal functioning of the platform. No listener links will be provided, but the Government is reminded that its delegates may follow the meeting via webcast in all six official languages.

Member States should clearly indicate in their Note Verbales the names and email addresses of those delegates that will participate online, so that they may receive a link to join the platform.

Before the meeting starts delegates need to sign-up for a free Zoom account in case, they do not have one. Participants with a speaker link that do not have a Zoom account will not be able to join the meeting. Please see how to sign-up and more information about Zoom in the Guide to Zoom meetings.  

 

Representatives of interested global and regional intergovernmental organizations, including representatives of United Nations bodies, specialized agencies and funds, as well as representatives of functional commissions of the Economic and Social Council (as per operative paragraph 7 of General Assembly resolution 75/282)

Due to COVID-19 mitigation measures, online participation will only be available for organizations indicated in the operative paragraphs 7, 8 and 9 of the General Assembly resolution 75/282, with one speaker link per organization. Other members of the organization are invited to follow the proceedings on the webcast, which will be available in the six United Nations official languages. 

The stakeholders listed in operative paragraph 7 may register to participate in the first session of the Ad Hoc Committee through an official letter duly signed containing the names, titles and email addresses to cybercrimeAHC@un.org by 25 February 2022, 6:00 p.m., New York time, at the latest.

The letter should clearly indicate the name and email address of the delegate that will participate online, so that they may receive a link to join the platform. Only one speaker link will be provided to each stakeholder.

If you have previously nominated your delegation to the first session of the Ad Hoc Committee there is no need to register again. Please inform of any updates by the deadline of 25 February 2022.

Participants with a speaker link that do not have a Zoom account will not be able to join the meeting. Please see how to sign-up and more information about Zoom in the Guide to Zoom meetings.  

Representatives of non-governmental organizations that are in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council, in accordance with Council resolution 1996/31 of 25 July 1996 (as per operative paragraph 8 of General Assembly resolution 75/282)

Due to COVID-19 mitigation measures, online participation will only be available for organizations indicated in the operative paragraphs 7, 8 and 9 of the General Assembly resolution 75/282, with one speaker link per organization. Other members of the organization are invited to follow the proceedings on the webcast, which will be available in the six United Nations official languages. 

The stakeholders listed in operative paragraph 8 may register to participate in the first session of the Ad Hoc Committee through an official letter duly signed containing the names, titles and email addresses to cybercrimeAHC@un.org by 25 February 2022, 6:00 p.m., New York time, at the latest.

The letter should clearly indicate the name and email address of the delegate that will participate online, so that they may receive a link to join the platform. Only one speaker link will be provided to each stakeholder.

If you have previously nominated your delegation to the first session of the Ad Hoc Committee there is no need to register again. Please inform of any updates by the deadline of 25 February 2022.

Participants with a speaker link that do not have a Zoom account will not be able to join the meeting. Please see how to sign-up and more information about Zoom in the Guide to Zoom meetings.  

Representatives of other relevant non-governmental organizations, civil society organizations, academic institutions and the private sector (as per operative paragraph 9 of General Assembly resolution 75/282)

Call for applications to participate in the Ad Hoc Committee to Elaborate a Comprehensive International Convention on Countering the Use of Information and Communications Technologies for Criminal Purposes closed  on 1st December 2021. The list of organizations that applied to participate in the Ad Hoc Committee, as per operative paragraph 9 of General Assembly resolution 75/282 is available on the website of the Ad Hoc Committee. 

Due to COVID-19 mitigation measures, online participation will only be available for organizations indicated in the operative paragraphs 7, 8 and 9 of the General Assembly resolution 75/282, with one speaker link per organization. Other members of the organization are invited to follow the proceedings on the webcast, which will be available in the six United Nations official languages. 

The stakeholders listed in operative paragraph 9 may register to participate in the first session of the Ad Hoc Committee through an official letter duly signed containing the names, titles and email addresses to cybercrimeAHC@un.org by 25 February 2022, 6:00 p.m., New York time, at the latest.

The letter should clearly indicate the name and email address of the delegate that will participate online, so that they may receive a link to join the platform. Only one speaker link will be provided to each stakeholder.

If you have previously nominated your delegation to the first session of the Ad Hoc Committee there is no need to register again. Please inform of any updates by the deadline of 25 February 2022.

Participants with a speaker link that do not have a Zoom account will not be able to join the meeting. Please see how to sign-up and more information about Zoom in the Guide to Zoom meetings.  

Please note that the participation of organizations listed in operative paragraph 9 is subject to the approval by the Ad Hoc Committee of the final list of organizations, which is expected to take place on 24 February 2022. A link for remote participation will only be provided after this decision in accordance with the approved list.