2023 Africa Internet Governance Forum
The Federal Government of Nigeria warmly welcomes Internet Stakeholders from across the globe to the prestigious 2023 Africa Internet Governance Forum, taking place in Abuja, Nigeria from September 19th to 21st.
The 2023 Africa IGF will bring together stakeholders from various sectors, including government, civil society, private sector, technical communities, and academia. This forum will serve as a platform for dialogue, collaboration, and exchanging ideas on crucial Internet Governance issues in the African region.
Under the theme of "Transforming Africa's Digital Landscape: Empowering Inclusion, Security, and Innovation," the Africa IGF aims to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the rapidly evolving digital landscape. It focuses on empowering inclusivity, ensuring robust cybersecurity measures, and promoting innovation across the continent.
During the event, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a diverse range of sessions, workshops, and panel discussions led by industry experts and thought leaders. These sessions will explore topics such as digital inclusion, access for all, cybersecurity, data protection, internet governance policies and regulations, emerging technologies, online rights and freedoms, and multistakeholder cooperation.
The 2023 Africa IGF will also provides ample networking opportunities, allowing participants to connect with like-minded professionals, forge collaborations, and establish valuable relationships within the internet governance community. By actively engaging in these interactions, attendees will contribute to shaping the future of internet governance in Africa.
Overall, the 2023 Africa IGF promises to be an engaging and enlightening event, fostering meaningful discussions, sharing best practices, and driving forward the agenda for a secure, inclusive, and innovative digital future in Africa.
Transcorp Hilton Abuja, Nigeria.
The Venue for the 2023 Africa Internet Governance Forum is Transcorp Hilton Abuja, Nigeria.