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Take the stage as a
presenter in the AFRINIC
Webinar Series in 2024!


About AFRINIC Webinar Series

In 2023, AFRINIC successfully launched a webinar series and had nine captivating sessions. Our webinar series featured a variety of topics ranging from Internet governance to IP technologies and attracted over 2500 participants.

We earned an average NPS of 59.11

Our most successful webinar for 2023 was around the KINDNS initiative, it attracted 411 participants, and had an NPS of 74.

Now, we are gearing up for 2024 and we want you in, please submit a proposal and be one of our 2024 panelists.

Why Participate?

  • Showcase your expertise.
  • Contribute to shaping the African Internet landscape.
  • Connect with a diverse audience.


We eagerly await your submission if you have experience in one of the following areas:
  • Internet Governance
  • Internet Measurements
  • Core Internet Infrastructure
  • Community Networks
  • Business Practices and Higher Education in the Age of Technology
  • Network Data Security and Management, Attack Mitigation
  • IP Network Architecture, Sizing, Configuration, and Administration
  • Routing and Switching Protocols (Unicast, Multicast, Anycast, SDN, etc.)
  • Cloud Computing
  • Open Data/Big Data
  • Technology and Content Production
  • IPv6 Adoption and Success Stories
  • Peering, Internet Traffic Exchange, and IXPs
  • DNS and DNSSEC
  • Routing security, IRR, RPKI

How to Participate

You can submit a webinar proposal using the form. If your proposal is selected, you will have the opportunity to present and engage with a broad audience eager to learn.

Our team will review submissions on a rolling basis.

Why you should participate in the Webinar Series


Networking opportunities
AFRINIC Webinar Series like our other events provide a great platform to network with industry experts, peers, and potential clients. It is an opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals from the Internet community and build relationships that can lead to future collaborations and partnerships.


Knowledge Sharing
The webinar series is an excellent forum to share knowledge and learn about the latest trends, technologies, and best practices in the industry. Attendees can participate in presentations, panel discussions, and tutorials that can enhance their skills and knowledge.

to experts

Networking opportunities
The webinar series  provides a unique opportunity to interact with experts and industry leaders. This is valuable for gaining insights into specific topics or issues and receiving guidance or advice from experienced professionals.

Exposure to new ideas
and perspectives

Networking opportunities
Attending the webinar series will expose attendees to new ideas and perspectives. This will broaden their understanding of the industry and provide inspiration for new projects or initiatives.

Past Webinars

The AFRINIC Ecosystem An Introduction to AFRINIC

The AFRINIC Ecosystem An Introduction to AFRINIC

In this webinar, we give a thorough overview of AFRINIC's function within the African Internet ecosystem, as well as its regulations and range of services.
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The African Internet Exchange Point (IXP) Story

The African Internet Exchange Point (IXP) Story

Let's explore the African Internet Exchange Point (IXP) landscape and its growth over the past decade, with more than 40 IXPs now operating across the continent.
Introduction to AFRINIC Governance Model

Introduction to AFRINIC Governance Model

In this webinar, our experts share the AFRINIC Governance Model, a multi-stakeholder approach, where various partners play a role in the decision-making processes and policy development.
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Introduction to the AFRINIC Policy Development Process

Introduction to the AFRINIC Policy Development Process

In this webinar, you will learn the AFRINIC Policy Development Process, a bottom-up multi-stakeholder approach used to develop resource management policies.
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The State of RPKI Route Origin Validation in Africa: Strengthening Routing Security

The State of RPKI Route Origin Validation in Africa: Strengthening Routing Security

This webinar brings together industry experts to explore the current landscape, challenges, and best practices surrounding RPKI adoption and its impact on routing security in the African region.
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KINDNS - Be a Kind DNS Operator, be KINDNS!

KINDNS - Be a Kind DNS Operator, be KINDNS!

Get to understand the KINDNS initiative and how it can help you evaluate and enhance your DNS operations and security.
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