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  Eighth Plenary Meeting of UN-GGIM-AP

3-5 November 2019

In conjunction with the GEO Week 2019
4-9 November 2019

National Convention Centre

31 Constitution Avenue
Canberra, ACT 2600, Australia

About the Eighth Plenary Meeting of UN-GGIM-AP

The three-day Plenary Meeting of UN-GGIM-AP is hosted in Canberra by the Australian Government and it is the first Plenary Meeting under the Presidency of Australia and since UNESCAP took over the secretariat function.

The Meeting provides an opportunity for members to discuss global and regional perspectives on the latest topics of geospatial information, as well as the implications of the Asia-Pacific Plan of Action on Space Applications for Sustainable Development (2018-2030).

The Working Groups on ‘Geodetic Reference Frame’, ‘Cadastre and Land Management’ and ‘Integrating Geospatial Information and Statistics’ will meet on the first day. On the other days participants will have the opportunity to join sessions on the topics of the Working Groups, as well as on the Integrated Geospatial Information Framework (IGIF), the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and the Sustainable Development Goals.

| Registration |

| Agenda Plenary | Agenda WG 1 | Agenda WG 2 | Agenda WG 3 |


| Resolutions |

| Presentations Plenary | Presentations WG1 | Presentations WG2 | Presentations WG3 |

If you have any questions, please email the UN-GGIM-AP Secretariat.

GEO Week 2019

The Eighth Plenary Meeting will be run in conjunction with the GEO Week 2019.

We encourage UN-GGIM-AP members to consider extending their stay to participate in the GEO Week Industry Track events on Wednesday 6 November and Thursday 7 November.

Information on the GEO Week 2019 can be found here.

About Canberra

Canberra is the capital city of Australia and the Seat of Government, where many of Australians key institutions are located. Canberra means ‘meeting place’ in the local aboriginal language. For 20,000 years, the Indigenous Ngunnawal community has called Canberra home. Today, Canberra is a dynamic and modern city that provides plenty of opportunities for delegates to interact socially while experiencing Australia’s natural beauty and relaxed culture.

For more information consult the website of Visit Canberra.


Please see GEO Week Logistics for information about visiting Canberra, including special-rate accommodation, and the venue National Convention Centre Canberra.


All visitors to Australia must have valid visas, please see your visa options. For a general invitation letter please email the UN-GGIM-AP Secretariat. For a specific invitation letter please email the meeting host Geoscience Australia.

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