national and ICT policy advocacy

ICT policy in Africa: a lot still to be done

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ICT policy in Africa: a lot still to be done

In this blog I argue that there is a critical need for ICT policy in Africa because ICT policy in Africa is in many respects closely linked with overcoming the digital divide. Both private investors and increasingly, public donors are not yet ready to invest in countries without a proper institutional and legal environment for internet development.

GEM II: Thematic Adaptation Workshop on Gender and ICT Policy Advocacy-Entry Points and Processes

Date and time: 
Mar 31 2008 - Apr 4 2008

Venue

Country: 
Spain

Organisers

apc_events: 
APC
Other- name of organisation: 
APC WNSP

This workshop will focus on gender evaluation for national ICT projects from around the world, by adapting the APC Women’s Networking Support Programme’s Gender Evaluation Methodology for Internet

Other information
Members Involved: 
Bytes for All, Bangladesh
Members Involved: 
Pangea

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