FGV-SP: IRIS cooperates on several occasions with the Study Group on Research and Innovation (GEPI), from the Faculty of Law of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in São Paulo, especially on the organization of joint seminars between both institutions. In 2015, both groups organized the 1st Seminar on Internet Governance and the Marco Civil Bill of Rights, in Belo Horizonte.
Facebook Brasil: IRIS works with and is supported by Facebook Brasil on the development of research on subjects such as international legal cooperation, MLATs and Internet & Jurisdiction, among others.
Google Brasil: IRIS works with and is supported by Google Brasil on the development of research on subjects related to Internet & Jurisdiction, Private International Law and others.
Human Rights Clinic: IRIS is a partner of the Human Rights Clinic at Federal University of Minas Gerais’ Law School, working together on the organization of seminars, legal opinions and information campaigns for the society on subjects related to Internet and Human Rights. In 2015, both groups organized a seminar on Freedom of Speech at the UFMG’s School of Law.
Freedom House: IRIS is responsible since 2014, along with researcher Carolina Rossini, for the elaboration of the Brazilian Freedom on the Net Report, for Freedom House, from Washington D.C. The report aims at measuring the degree of civil rights and liberties on the Internet all over the world.
Kent University (United Kingdom): IRIS develops, with Kent University, a research project in how law and regulation implement social and economic policies in Latin America and European Union. In this context, one of the subjects is related to digital inclusion policies in global, regional and local levels.
CEPPI – Center for Policy and Internet Research – is attached to the Department of Political Science (DCP) of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). CEPPI is dedicated to the scientific production related to politics and the internet, developed through media and information by institutions, political and social authors and society in general, in order to strengthen the debate about the implications of digital media in the democratic process of participation, as well as in decision-making and informational environments.