Thank you for all community input into the APrIGF 2016 Taipei Synthesis Document.
The APrIGF 2016 Taipei Synthesis document has been developed from comments received during the open call for contributions before the APrIGF, at the APrIGF event both onsite and remotely, as well as comments received during the two public input periods and is now finalized by the Drafting Committee for publication.
The Synthesis Document is also intended to be submitted to the IGF 2016 Community Intersessional Programme – Policy Options for Connecting and Enabling the Next Billion – Phase II.
Download/view: APrIGF 2016 Taipei Synthesis Document | Appendix II
Now in its second year, the APrIGF Synthesis Document aims to document items of common interest relevant to Internet Governance in the Asia Pacific region.
The extended input period for v1 has recently ended on August 5, 2016 and input has been aggregated by the Drafting Committee into version 2 of the draft Synthesis Document now available at: http://comment.rigf.asia.
The second public comment period will be open until 23:59 UTC August 26, 2016.
All are invited give input on the Synthesis Document: http://comment.rigf.asia.
Input received from the second public comment period will be synthesized by the Drafting Committee for publication in early September 2016.
Input from the recently concluded first public comment period has been collated into version 1 of the draft Synthesis Document now available at: http://comment.rigf.asia.
Synthesis Document Discussion Town Hall Sessions have been scheduled during Day 1 and 2 of the APrIGF Taipei meeting, with a presentation of the document at the closing plenary of the final day.
Both in-person and remote participants will have opportunities to give their input during the open microphone Town Hall sessions. The online commenting platform will be open throughout the APrIGF meeting to encourage wider input from the online community.
All input received from the APrIGF event from in-person and remote participants, as well as all input received on the online commenting platform during the meeting will be included into version 2 of the draft Synthesis Document to be put out for a second public comment period after the Taipei meeting.
Join us next week in Taipei or online to give input on the Synthesis Document: http://comment.rigf.asia!
Following the earlier open call for contribution on the APrIGF 2016 Taipei Synthesis Document, Draft 0 is based on the submitted and accepted workshop proposals for the APrIGF and contains placeholders for topics to be discussed at the APrIGF event.
Draft 0 is now open for public comment until July 7, 2016 23:59 UTC, and is expected to be further developed and discussed during the APrIGF 2016 in Taipei.
Please go to http://comment.rigf.asia to give your input!
Dear APrIGF Community,
Building on the success of the inaugural APrIGF Synthesis Document from the 2015 APrIGF Macao meeting, this year we are including more opportunities and channels for community input: The Open Call for Contribution will begin on Tuesday, May 17 [5:00:00 UTC] and close on Monday, May 30 [23:59:59 UTC].
All input to the Synthesis Document may be sent to [email protected]. Please include the following optional information along with your input:
- Name (optional);
- Economy of Residence (optional);
- Stakeholder Group (optional);
- Organisation (optional).
All input sent to [email protected] will be publically archived.
Please base your input on this year theme: “A New Internet Era – Merging Physical Space with Cyberspace” along with the six sub-themes:
- The Future Impact of IANA Transition;
- Human Rights;
- Impacts of International Agreements and Policies;
- Cyber Connectivity.
The Synthesis Document aims to document items of common interest relevant to Internet Governance in the Asia Pacific region. Synthesis Document Discussion Town Hall Sessions have been scheduled at the end of Day 1 and 2 of the APrIGF Taipei meeting, with a presentation of the document at the closing plenary of the final day. There will be two public comment periods on the draft Synthesis Document: one scheduled before the Taipei meeting to collect preparatory input; and one after the meeting to aggregate discussions.
Anyone who wishes to join the Synthesis Drafting Team, a volunteer group that takes on additional review work for the Synthesis Document, may contact the Secretariat at [email protected].