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Report of the 2017 African IGF Open Form

Report of the 2017 African IGF Open Form PDF | DOC

Report of the 6th African Internet Governance Forum

Final Report of AfIGF - VI PDF

AfIGF - VI Draft Outcome Document

Outcome Document: Recommendations - Draft

AfIGF - VI Remote Participation:

On GotoMeeting - NTRA

Grand BallRoom 1 | Grand BallRoom 2

Grand BallRoom 3 | Regency BallRoom 4

Internet Society on Live Stream

Main Hall

AU Declaration on Internet Governance

AU Summit held in Kigali in January 2018 has officially adopted the African Union Declaration on Internet Governance. PDF

Draft Charter of the AfIGF

Draft Charter of the African Internet Governance Forum

African Internet Exchange System (AXIS)

The African Internet Exchange System project aims to keep Africa’s internet traffic local by providing capacity building & technical assistance to facilitate the establishment of Internet Exchange Points and Regional Internet Exchange Points in Africa. Having regard to relevant AU decisions related to the African Internet Exchange System project, the African Union Commission signed an agreement with the Lead Financier (Luxembourg Development Agency) to support implementation of the African Internet Exchange System project funded by the EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund and the Government of Luxembourg.

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IGF

The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) serves to bring people together from various stakeholder groups as equals, in discussions on public policy issues relating to the Internet.

For more information on IGF please visit http://www.intgovforum.org

IGF Best Practice Report

IGF Messaging

MAG Chair's blog

Messages for UNESCO conference on "CONNECTing the dots: Options for Future Action" English | français

Messages for other stakeholders

Welcome to the African Internet Governance Forum

The African Internet Governance space has gone through different phases through the WSIS process with regional meetings held from 2002 to 2005 in Bamako, Accra, Addis Ababa, Cairo, Johannesburg, Douala and Tunis. Within the global IGF initiative, Africa has hosted IGF in Egypt (2009) and in Kenya (2011).