NetMission Alumni Network & Buddy Scheme

We highly value our relationship with all our alumni. To further build upon the relationship between members of NetMission.Asia and the community, we would like to connect with all of you with different extensive programs and working groups (WGs). To get involved in these initiatives, you may go to the respective sections for more details. […]

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Buddy Scheme for NetMission.Asia 2021

About To maintain the program consistency of NetMission.Asia and build upon the relationship between the members of the NetMission.Asia and the community, the role of NetMission Buddy has been newly established in 2019. To further strengthen our community, we are recruiting NetMission alumni to become the Buddy for NetMission Academy 2021 now! Responsibilities Mentor new NetMission Academy fellows […]

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How Do We Improve Multistakeholder Participation – Connie Siu

Multi-stakeholder participation is crucial to the development of the Internet and its governance. For training VI on the topic of ‘Diversity and Multi-Stakeholder Participation’, I have done some research on how different Internet organizations are improving, or how they promote their multi-stakeholder participation. In the case study, I included mainly 2 examples, which are the […]

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Summary of Training II: Access & Empowerment

Training II: Access and Empowerment was held on 14 January 2020. We are honoured to have two guest speakers on our webinar this time. It was an invaluable experience to have an insightful exchange on the topic with our speakers Naveed Haq (Regional Development Manager, Asia-Pacific at Internet Society) and Maureen Hilyard (Chair of At-Large […]

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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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