Youth IGF 2020 Virtual Camp: Result Announcement

The recruitment for Youth IGF 2020 Virtual Camp has closed earlier in August 2020. This year we have received 106 valid applications from different territories, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, South Korea, and Vietnam. It was quite a tough task for the selection committee to pick from such a […]

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Jenna Fung is speaking at the sustainability corner at IGF for the discussion on the future skills and digital education

From Youth to Youth “Expert”: Another Year in IGF – Jenna Fung

Things in this Internet Governance world are confusing sometimes, as your head might have to proceed tons of acronyms and technical theories in a minute, which really triggers frequent packet loss in your brain. It took me a while to be able to make a metaphor with a technical theory lying behind like the one […]

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My First YIGF & APrIGF – Jasmine Ko

This is my first regional Internet Governance Forum(IGF), yet I am representing and the class of NetMission.Asia 2019 as one of the organizers of yIGF 2019. My first Asia Pacific Regional IGF (APrIGF) began without any prior experience but ended with unforgettable achievement. Youth IGF 2019 was a breakthrough for us, it is my pleasure […]

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Overcoming the fear of speaking up at APrIGF 2019 – Mandy Chan

Organizing the yIGF 2019 and participating in the APrIGF were great challenges for a beginner like me in internet governance, who came across with a lot of new issues related to IG there. Still, I have no regret in doing so because I had a wonderful experience there. Understanding how the synthesis document works and […]

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From YIGF to APrIGF 2019: My experience in Vladivostok – Steven Chen

As an inexperienced YIGF organizer and baby in Internet governance, it is easy to imagine how daunting it was to speak up, especially in more technical sessions such as those about IDN. At first, our new YIGF participants were also completely silent in the face of the APrIGF sessions. There was a fear rooted in […]

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