The Asia Pacific Internet Leadership Program (APILP) is a capacity building program, driven by the Asia Pacific community, that seeks to develop the Asia Pacific region’s Internet governance leaders of tomorrow. This program is run by the APILP working group and is designed to help professionals and interested parties from the Asia Pacific region better understand the global and regional Internet Governance issues and processes. At the same time, the program allows access to comprehensive and structured knowledge on the various aspects of the Internet.
The APILP working group is comprised of volunteers from various communities in the Asia Pacific region. We can be reached at email@example.com.
The key discussions and milestone of the APILP working group are documented below.
Feb 2016 - APILP workshop proposal for APrIGF 2016
We have just submitted the workshop proposals for APrIGF 2016. View the workshop proposals here: Submitted Workshop Proposal for APILP (APrIGF 2016).pdf.
June- July 2015 - APrIGF 2015 Report
We conducted 3 short APILP sessions at the recent APrIGF in Macau. The recordings for the APILP segments for the APrIGF 2015 can be found here: http://2015.rigf.asia/archives/
The summary report for the APILP sessions is also attached for your information.
We would like to thank all the speakers and participants who contributed to these sessions, and look forward to seeing you again.
Overview: APILP @ APrIGF 2015 and Speaker 1: Prof Ang Peng Hwa, APILP Chair (General track)
Speaker 2: Paul Wilson (APILP Technical track)
Speaker 3: Kuo-Wei Wu (APILP Emerging issues track)
(Photos courtesy of APrIGF official photographer)
June 2015 - APILP as capacity building component of APrIGF
APILP has been incorporated as a capacity building component of the Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) 2015. The APrIGF is an important regional event serves as a platform for discussion, exchange and collaboration at a regional level, and seeks to advance the Internet governance development in the Asia Pacific region.
The 3 approved APILP workshops will be introductory sessions for some of the discussions in the day, and will spread over 3 days of the APrIGF main conference (1-3 July). The sessions will last 45 mins each, lecture style covering:
Day 1 (1 July): 0900-0945 (General) Overview of Internet Governance – History and Current global development. Emerging issues.
Day 2 (2 July): 0900-0945 (Technical) Domain Name System; Critical Internet Resources
Day 3 (3 July): 0900-1030 (Emerging Issues) IANA Stewardship Transition / ICANN Accountability
Click here for the agenda of APrIGF 2015.
The workshop proposal for APILP is attached below.
Finalization of the Terms of Reference for the APILP (3 September 2014)
Final round of comments were received from the community on the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the APILP working group, taking into account the learning points from the pilot run of the APILP program held during the Delhi APrIGF on Aug 2014. Thanks for the comments.
The finalized ToR, including the next steps for the APILP working group, is attached.
Attachment: TOR for Working Group on APILP.pdf
Pilot run of APILP and Discussion on APILP Terms of Reference (APrIGF Workshop #15)
The TOR and future directions for APILP was discussed during APrIGF on 5 Aug 2014, Tuesday 9am. The notes of meeting as well as a report on the pilot run of the APILP session during the APrIGF is attached for your reference.
Access the videos for the pilot session here: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2EIhEqNlR2bTqfIBLYTOuw (This will lead you to YouTube)
APILP Pilot Session in Delhi (Introduction)
APILP Pilot Session in Delhi (IANA Stewardship Discussion)
APILP Pilot Session in Delhi (Floor Discussion)
Pilot Session for APILP (3 August 2014, 9am-5:40pm, Tejas Room, Hotel Crowne Plaza, Greater Noida, Delhi, India)
The pilot run for the APILP will be at APrIGF 2014 in Delhi, India. Please sign up and join us now. The final program is attached.
3rd APILP Working Group Coordination Call (17 July 2014, UTC 7am)
The key discussion points and action items arising from the coordination call is attached. The outreach info sheet is also attached.
2nd APILP Working Group Coordination Call (10 July 2014, UTC 8am)
Prof Ang Peng Hwa was nominated as the APILP Chair during the Nomination period and has been elected by acclamation. The key discussion points and action items arising from the coordination call is attached. The revised proposed pilot APILP program is also attached below.
Next APILP coordination call is proposed to be on 17 July 2014 (UTC 7am).
Nomination period for Chair and Vice Chair (From 16 June, Mon to 6 July, Sun)
Please nominate names for the Chair and Vice Chair of the APILP Working Group by 6 July (Sun).
The revised TOR, which includes the terms for Chair and Vice Chair of the APILP-Work Group, is attached. Draft TOR for Working Group on APILP v5.docx
1st APILP Working Group Coordination Call (13 June 2014)
The first APILP Working group call was set up to discuss the way forward such as the nomination of Chair and Vice Chair, presentation of the APILP initiative, and to do an actual first run of the APILP during Delhi APrIGF (Aug). The notes for this call is attached.
Attachment: Notes for 1st APILP Call (13 June 2014).docx
Comment window closed (6 June 2014)
Thanks all for the comments at the firstname.lastname@example.org discussion list. The draft version of the TOR document at the close of the comment window is attached below. We will discuss the next steps for this in further detail.
Attachment: Draft TOR for Working Group on APIGLP v4.1.docx
Call for Action (5 May 2014)
As a follow up to the meeting, a draft terms of reference (TOR) document is attached for discussion. Comments from all are welcome. (Please send in your comments to email@example.com and copy firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 June 2014. If you wish to be a part of this working group, please also send your request to the same email addresses).
Attachment: Draft TOR for Working Group on APILP v2.docx
Open Invitation to Working Group for Asia Pacific Internet Leadership Program (APILP) during ICANN49 (March 22, 2014)
At the sidelines of the ICANN49 meeting, members of the APAC community discussed the direction and objectives of Asia Pacific Internet Leadership Program (APILP). The salient points of discussion are attached.
APILP Pilot Session at Delhi (3 Aug 2014)
- Introduction to APILP and the History of Internet Governance http://goo.gl/Jp5W8L
- How the Internet Works http://goo.gl/8lUPeM
- Panel discussion on WSIS, IGF, NetMundial http://goo.gl/w7mWMt
- IANA Functions’ Stewardship Transition http://goo.gl/RlNcI1
- gTLDs and IDNs http://goo.gl/JWnrmC