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Enough Talk of the Problem: Whats the solution to connecting the next billion in Africa?

By |2016-04-28T15:28:29+02:00Apr 28th, 2016|Categories: Africa, Broadband 4 Africa, Human rights and internet governance, ICT policy and planning, Internet governance, Multistakeholderism, RIA Rap|Tags: , , , , , , |

Organisers: Sylvia Musalagani (HiVOS East Africa) and Chenai Chair (Research ICT Africa) Panelists: Hanane Boujemi (IGMENA), Riva Jalipa (Article 19 East Africa), Mohamed El Gohary(Global Voices) Jochai Ben-Avie (Mozilla) & Chenai Chair. Moderator: Ephraim Percy Kenyanito (Access Now) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Focusing on the issue of connectivity first as part of internet governance and access as a right, [...]

ICANN55 in Africa- finding the African voice

By |2016-04-19T09:48:51+02:00Apr 19th, 2016|Categories: Africa, Broadband 4 Africa, Internet governance, Multistakeholderism, RIA Rap|Tags: , , , |

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers convened its 55th meeting in Marrakech, Morocco from the 5th -11th of March 2016. ICANN is one of the main internet governance institutes with the responsibility of managing the “core Internet infrastructure, which consists of IP addresses, domain names, and root servers”(Kurbalija, 2014: 191). The main mandate of [...]

RightsCon 2016

By |2015-12-09T09:24:42+02:00Dec 9th, 2015|Categories: Gender and Internet rights, Human rights and internet governance, Internet governance, Multistakeholderism, Net-neutrality, RIA Rap|Tags: , , , , |

  RightsCon is the world's leading event convened around the issues of internet and human rights. RightsCon 2016 will be held in Silicon Valley March 30-April 1 2016. The deadline for submission is set for 11:59pm Pacific Time on December 14, 2015. Follow this link to find the submission form. Please refer to discount ticket policy for information on special rates [...]