Arab IGF

September 30, 2013 - 12:15pm to October 6, 2013 - 3:16am
Morocco, Algeria

The Arab IGF was established in February 2012 as a result of a multistakeholder consultation under the joint umbrella of UN-ESCWA and the League of Arab States, following several activities within the framework of the two organizations. The Arab IGF aims at putting a platform in place for all stakeholders in the Arab region to openly discuss Internet-related public policy matters, and to exchange best practices, with the objective of reaching a more globalized governance of the Internet, and to promote access, security, stability and development of the Internet.

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