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PacINET@NetHui 2015, Auckland, New Zealand

Thursday 8 July, 2015

This year PacINET has established a collaborative PacINET@NetHui with the kind support of  InternetNZ whose NetHui which is being held at the Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland, NZ.  This could set a trend for PacINETs as the Board attempts to find the best opportunities for training, knowledge building and networking for our PICISOC Members.  This year’s NetHui has been enhanced by the presence of the Board of Trustees of the Internet Society who are holding their Annual General Meeting at this event and at the same time are coordinating an Intercommunity2015 Event which involved Chapter hubs from all around the world (in over 100 countries) joining together to celebrate the internet and to show the support that ISOC has within their chapter organisations.

Participants in the PacINET@NetHui2015 programme, Auckland, NZ
Participants in the PacINET@NetHui2015 programme, Auckland, NZ

Maureen Hilyard of the PICISOC Board presented the annual report to the ISOC Board of Trustees and was able to raise and discuss some concerns that we have in the Pacific with regards to helping ISOC achieve its goals in the region.  Board Chair, Jackson Miake, participated in one of the panels at Intercommunity2015 again raising important capacity building issues that impact on the development of the internet in the Pacific.

The Board would like to thank all those who participated in our PacINET Day. The participants and links their presentations are attached.

PacINET@NetHui 2015, Auckland, NZ

1. PICISOC Board – Jackson Miake, Maureen Hilyard (apologies, Ellen Strickland who was busy organising NetHui)

PICISOC Annual Report– powerpoint summary; PICISOC Annual Report – written report


2. ISOC Update – Rajnesh Singh, Director ISOC Bureau, Singapore. Presentation file.

3. USP FAIDP Review – Sakaio Manoa, USP Fiji. Presentation file

4. eGovernment in the Pacific – Graham Hassal & Rowena Cullen – Victoria University, NZ

5. ICANN Update – Save Vocea, VP Stakeholder Engagement

6. What is ALAC?  Maureen Hilyard, ICANN ALAC (and PICISOC Board) member

7. ISIF Awardee – Anonga Tisam – Cook Islands Internet Action Group

8. ISIF Awardee – Etuate Cocker, Auckland University / Tonga, Fellow

9. Cyclone Pam – Jackson Miake – Republic of Vanuatu Government (and PICISOC Board Chair)

10. Diplo Foundation – Cybersecurity Course – Kasek Galgal – Papua New Guinea Fellow

11. Education and Technology in the Cook Islands – Kylie Rawiri (+ Itirangi Pennycook and Kylie-Anne Paul), Cook Islands Fellows

12. Tourism and Technology – Cherie Lagakali, Fiji Fellow

13. Fiji Telecom – Navi Taka, Fiji Fellow

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