[AfrICANN-discuss] AfriNIC 7 Meeting in Durban
annerachel at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 11:33:34 SAST 2007
1st August 2007
Invitation to the AfriNIC-7 Public Policy Meeting
(Durban, South Africa: 23rd to 28th September 2007)
AfriNIC is pleased to invite you to attend the AfriNIC-7 public policy
meeting that will be held in Durban, South Africa from 23rd to 28th
September 2007 with a focus on IPv6 and Internet Governance & Policy Makers.
This 6-day event will provide a public forum for the African Internet
community and policy makers to discuss different aspects of the Internet on
the continent, from network operations to internet resource management,
policies and standards development, including an update on the deployment of
IPv6. AfriNIC will also be presenting an update of its activities and its
plans for the future. We are enclosing the agenda of the meeting for your
As mentioned above, we are having a one-day special session 'Internet
Governance in Africa and Policy Makers' for policy makers and regulators on
25th September 2007. We are enclosing the draft agenda for your perusal. On
26th September we will be having an IPv6 conference where we will share and
learn about IPv6 deployment, applications and equipment.
Participation to the meeting is open to network specialists, policy makers
and the community at large. We suggest you register online for the meeting
and book your hotel room at the earliest to avoid last minute surprises and
to benefit from the special rate for the meeting.
In order to encourage participation, 2 people per member will be entitled to
attend the meeting from 25th to 28th September 2007 free of charge. This
includes free registration of the meetings as well as lunch for those days.
Registration, hotel booking forms and more details about the event are
available on the meeting page at http://www.afrinic.net/meetings/afrinic-7.
You may also wish to register for the meeting using the attached form.
For more information or any inquiry about the event, please do not hesitate
to contact our meeting coordination team at meeting at afrinic.net.
We look forward to seeing you in Durban.
Adiel A. Akplogan
Chief Executive Officer
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