We engage policy makers, decisions makers, legislators and parliamentarians in our networks for an increased diverse and inclusive Internet Governance ecosystem that champions the development of digital institutions and enabling digital policy and regulatory frameworks in Africa.
The APNIG was launched at the 11th African Internet Governance Forum in Malawi.
We’re super proud of our diverse and talented team.
We work with members of Parliament from across all African countries.
With the objective of empowering African Parliamentarians active roles in building strong digital institutions and development through the internet governance model.
Who We Are
The Network is dedicated to members of national parliaments from African countries, including members of the Pan-African Parliament. The Parliamentarians will focus on the information and communication technology lICT) related committees at the national or regional parliaments.
Our cause driven multistakeholder model revolves around the Parliamentarians as intersection vessels of development in Of their digital communities.
To engage policy makers, decisions makers, legislators and parliamentarians in our networks for an increased diverse and inclusive Internet Governance system that champions the development of digital institutions and enabling digital policy and regulatory frameworks in Africa.
To expose the MPs to the various digital-related UN and AU frameworks: Agenda 2030, the Roadmap for Digital Cooperation. the Our Common Agenda Report, the AU convention on Over Security and Personal Data Protection
Facilitate cooperation and exchanges of good practice cooperation an national and regional partakes with serviced legislative work on digital policy issues.
Discuss the relevance of legislative work in shaping Africa’s digital future. Highlight issues that need to be considered when legislation for the digital space is developed (e.g. avoiding unintended consequences. for the open and global nature of the Internet).