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[Forum] Towards a Better Internet
(More Secured, Advanced, Vibrant, Equivalent, Desirable Internet)

Type Forum
Venue State University of New York, Korea Date 2013-09-04 ~ 2013-09-06
Host MSIP, KIGA Organizer KISA, APrlGF
Sponsor AIC, ICANN, NIA, AREX, IDTC Contact SUNY (+82-2-405-6622, sec@aprigf.asia), 2013 APrlGF Seoul (+82-70-8277-6953, hk@dreaminno.com)
URL http://2013.rigf.asia/


Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum Seoul 2013
「Towards a Better Internet」


Today, Asia has the strongest growing demand for Internet addresses. That is more and more people in Asia are using the Internet. In contrast to North America and Europe, demand for the Internet in Asia is not only growing, but also growing at an accelerating rate.


Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) serves as a platform for discussion, exchange and collaboration at a regional level, and also where possible to aggregate national IGF discussions, ultimately advance the Internet governance development in the Asia Pacific region.


In 2010, while the global IGF is already in its fifth and final year of its initial charter, and Regional IGFs have been established in many other regions, including Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, to date, Asia has seen no parallel forum for discussing Internet governance issues at a regional level. For the first time, the APrIGF is therefore being convened with objectives to raise awareness and encourage participation from relevant stakeholders around the region on Internet governance issues, as well as to foster multi-lateral, multi-stakeholder discussion about issues pertinent to the Internet in Asia.


The multi-stakeholder approach is a core principle of the APrIGF with the emphasis on the diversity of participants and openness of the discussion. Valuing the youth as an important stakeholder and the future generations of the Internet, a Youth IGF also become an integral part of the APrIGF whereby they are held in parallel annually featuring a simulation of the multi-stakeholder discussion model among the young people on various Internet governance issues.
 


Subject: Towards a Better Internet - More Secured, Advanced, Vibrant, Equivalent, Desirable Internetate

Track
  - Multi-stakeholder and Enhanced Cooperation
  - Openness
  - Access
  - Security

Date: September 4-6, 2013
 
Venue: SUNY(State University of New York), Korea
 


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