AFRINIC holds two open public policy meetings every year in various locations throughout its service region. AFRINIC Meetings provide a unique opportunity for Internet-related individuals and organisations to gather to discuss the policies governing Internet number resource distribution in the African region, to share technical knowledge, and to attend workshops and tutorials. Attendance is free and open to anyone although there may be a charge for some training courses and workshops. All AFRINIC workshops and courses are free of charge. Remote participation is also facilitated and encouraged.
What is an AFRINIC Meeting?
Why should I attend an AFRINIC Meeting?
How and when can I register?
Can I give a presentation or run a workshop?
Where can I find out more information about the AFRINIC Policy Development Process?
Typically what are the main sessions at an AFRINIC meeting?
How can I participate?
Do delegates pay a registration fee?
How do newcomers get assistance during an AFRINIC Meeting?
Can I benefit from funding to attend an AFRINIC Meeting?
Is the meeting video and audio streamed?
Is the meeting being transcribed?
Is the meeting recorded?
Which meeting interface are we using?