Asia-Pacific Internet Governance Forum 2018

Empowering communities in Asia-Pacific to build an affordable, inclusive, open and secure Internet


13 – 16 August 2018


Port Vila, Vanuatu

IFLA will be represented by Winston Roberts, Convenor, IFLA National Organisations and International Relations Special Interest Group


The Asia-Pacific regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) is a key opportunity for stakeholders across Asia-Pacific to debate and look for consensus on issues around how the Internet works. 

The conference this year is being held in Vanuatu. This is the first time it will have come to the Pacific islands, and is an opportunity to focus on the specific challenges faced by isolated communities. 

Libraries will be well represented, with a workshop focused on the importance of access to information for development, and the role that our institutions play in making this meaningful for everyone. 

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Conference, FAIFE (Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression), Access to information, Digital divide, Digital inclusion, Internet access, Internet governance, Asia and Oceania

Last update: 15 August 2018