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Radisson Blu Hotel
21-27 Nov 2009

About AfriNIC meetings

Why do we hold AfriNIC Meetings?

AfriNIC holds two Public Policy meetings each year (one back to back with the annual AfNOG meeting), where the Internet community, leading Internet industry presenters, AfriNIC members and all interested parties get together to discuss the latest developments of Internet Protocol, best practices for managing Internet Number resources and how it affects the African region.

Most importantly, the biannual meetings are fundamental steps in our Policy development process. It gives the community opportunity to contribute and discuss new proposed policies and make suggestion for reviewing (if needed) to the existing Numbers Resources Management policy

The full policy development process can be consulted at:

Who should attend?

AfriNIC meetings are open to anyone. They are particularly relevant to AfriNIC members, ISPs (or IP Network Operators), academia, governments and regulators and the Internet community at Large.

Why should you or your employee go to AfriNIC-11 ?

  • Have your say on policy proposals that may directly affect the way your organization accesses Internet number resources, or you can present your own proposals;
  • Hear world-class speakers discuss cutting-edge Internet resource management research;
  • Learn about best practice in Internet resource management to make your business more efficient; and,
  • Make valuable contacts for building business relationships.

To access content from previous events, visit:


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