Internet Governance Seminar
Who: For researchers, faculty and RHDs who wish to expand their understanding of critical issues related to the Internet with a view to exploring research collaborations.
Predominantly a lively panel discussion on Internet Governance, featuring Assistant Director of the Department of Communications, Annaliese Williams, the session will also include a brief introduction to APNIC, including Internet measurement data and methodologies, and the community-driven, multi-stakeholder policy development process.
Refreshments will be served.
Please RSVP to email@example.com by Monday 21 September.
What is APNIC?
APNIC is an open, membership-based, not-for-profit organization, responsible for the management and distribution of Internet number resources (IP addresses and AS Numbers) in 56 economies according to community-based Internet resource policies.
APNIC is also involved in global Intenet measurement, development of Intenret infrastructure throughout the region, technical training, supporting technical activities such as root server deployments, and collaborating with other regional and international organizations on global discussions on Internet governance and cybersecurity.