APNIC participated at the 2018 India School on Internet Governance (inSIG 2018) held in New Delhi, India, from 13 to 15 October 2018.
Held for the third time, inSIG 2018 welcomed 90 participants, including local and international fellows from six economies in the region. The three-day program of presentations, panel discussions and role-play focused on understanding the different levels of engagement and participation at various regional and international Internet governance forums and cybersecurity.
The first Youth IGF India 2018 was also co-hosted with inSIG 2018, and provided participants with the opportunity to participate in role play and sessions including: how the Internet works, privacy and safeguards, and connecting the next billion.
#inSIG2018 successfully concluded with 90+ participants frm different domains & different parts of world including Fellows, Speakers, Volunteers & Organizers. 3 days of fantastic Fun & Learning! Special thanks to @AmritaChoudhury @drgovind4 @internetsociety @ICANN for organizing. pic.twitter.com/gOvkBvglGK
— That Boring Guy (@sahil_chugh_) October 17, 2018
- Sunny Chendi moderated the IPGO game, which outlines technology perspectives in Internet governance discussions and explains the concept of IP addressing, and the routing and cybersecurity role plays.
IPv4 numbering game and the DNS, the most awaited session at inSIG by Sunny from APNIC #inSIG2016 pic.twitter.com/is8Rs3jYuu
— Ihtisham Khalid (@ihtisham425) November 1, 2016
- Sunny contributed comments at the ‘Participating in the Regional and Global IG and Policy Processes’ session.
- At the Youth IGF India 2018, Sunny moderated the IPGO game, gave a brief introduction of APNIC, and mentored the multistakeholder role play on ‘Internet access – connecting the next billion’.
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