APrIGF 2020 Synthesis Document : Draft 1 open for input until 26 October

Oct 20, 2020 | News

Draft Timeline

2020 Synthesis Document draft timeline (dates subject to change)

Sept 9 Open for Drafting Committee volunteers
Sept 10 Open input document published
Sept 10-19 Open input period 1
Sept 20-26 Drafting Committee active working period
Sept 26 Draft 0 pre-meeting draft published
Sept 29-30 Virtual Townhall meetings (live input)
Oct 1-10 Drafting Committee active working period
Oct 16 Draft 1 published for public comment
Oct 19-26 Public Input Period 2
Oct 26-end Drafting Committee active working period
End of Oct Publish 2020 Synthesis Document

Please contact sec[at]aprigf.asia for more information.

The APrIGF annual meeting has concluded, but the process for the Synthesis Document is still ongoing! Draft 1, based on input during the forum is now currently open for public input until 26 October (23:59 UTC). Please go to https://comment.aprigf.asia to contribute and help shape this key regional output document.

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