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The AFRINIC Policy Development Process supports AFRINIC's role at managing the Internet Number Resources for its service region by enabling the bottom-up, transparent and open approach to policy development. The policies  that reach consensus and are ratified by the AFRINIC Board provide the guidelines for the approval of resource requests. 

A quel point l’infrastructure critique de l’internet est-elle critique durant les évènements imprévisibles, incontrôlables et désastreux ?

Comme beaucoup de professionnels dans le monde, les récents évènements ont bouleversé votre routine. (Vous pouvez même souhaiter qu’il y ait un bouton “Fast Forward” qui fasse sauter 2020).

The Internet Society (ISOC), in collaboration with OSIANE and Af-IX, are organising the Central Africa Peering Forum (CAPF), an initiative that involves AFRINIC.

The event will take place on May 27, 2020 from14:00 to 16:00 UTC. The event will broadly address Peering and Interconnection issues through building resilient Internet infrastructures that can sustain the current C-19 crisis, among others.

AFRINIC, in collaboration with ISOC Cote D’Ivoire and Facebook, is organising a webinar on Thursday, 28 May 2020 from14:00 to 15:00 GMT. The event will address the issue of fake news and the Facebook approach to tackle fake news through their fact-checking programme.

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