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Internet Intermediary Liability in Nigeria: New legislation threatens internet freedom

26 August 2013 (Maureen Nwobodo for APCNews)

Maureen Nwobodo, a Google policy fellow supporting APC’s work on intermediary liabilities from Nigeria, analyses how new legislation is using the private sector to police the flow of information online.

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Call for Participation: Online Training Programme on Internet Governance and Policy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

17 July 2013 (igmena.org)

Deadline for applications for the IGMENA online training programme is next Monday, 22 July 2013. All public and private sector employees as well as bloggers, journalists, human rights activists, scholars, researchers and students interested in internet governance in the Middle East and North Africa should apply!

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Days two and three of the African school on internet governance

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After three days of hard work, AfriSIG officially ended last Friday. Participants, certificate in pocket, are getting ready to get back to their countries and translate the ever changing and evolving world of internet governance into a language meaningful to their constituencies: colleagues at the parliament or regulatory agency, media organisations, academic centres, NGOs.

First African School on internet governance yields 35 graduates

JOHANNESBURG 16 July 2013 (APC for APCNews)

Participants from more than fifteen African countries successfully completed a three-day training event organised the NEPAD Agency’s e-Africa Programme and APC.

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First African school on internet governance yields 35 graduates

16 July 2013
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Gender-based violence in Congo-Brazzaville: APC News interviews Sylvie Niombo

JOHANNESBURG 15 July 2013 (APC Nouvelles)

APC News interviews Sylvie Niombo of AZUR Développement about the Africatti project whose objective is to hold governments accountable for the fight against gender-based violence. Niombo describes the lack of policies on gender-based violence in Congo-Brazzaville and its effect on access by women to justice for gender-based violence.

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Rich diversity at first African Internet Governance Summer School in Durban

The first African Internet Governance Summer School in Durban kicked off on 9th July 2013 with an introductory dinner. The diversity of participants, presenters and facilitators across Africa and the world was amazing.

Day one of the African school on internet governance

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Thirty-five people from all over Africa are gathered in Durban for three days to study internet governance and why they need to be involved in it.

AfriSIG 2013: 10-12 July, Durban, South Africa

JOHANNESBURG 9 July 2013 (AG for APCNews)

The APC and the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency–e-Africa Programme are proud to present the first African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG) to be held in Durban, South Africa, from 10-12 July 2013.

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