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Three women shaping the future of the internet in Africa
Three women shaping the future of the internet in Africa 25 September 2019 APCNews

How can accessibility in rural areas of Africa be improved? What are the challenges for women and girls in terms of internet access? How are internet shutdowns affecting African users? These are some of the issues that Josephine Miliza, Sophie Ngassa and Amanda Manyame focus on, as African experts on internet access with a strong gender perspective. The three of them share a passion for improving meaningful internet access in the continent and recently atten...

Here's what's happening at the seventh African School on Internet Governance in N'Djamena, Chad
Here's what's happening at the seventh African School on Internet Governance in N'Djamena, Chad 06 September 2019 APCNews

Between 3 and 9 September, 60 participants from 26 countries are gathering in N’Djamena, Chad, for the seventh African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG), a week of peer learning-based sessions that include hands-on experience which fellows will have the opportunity to apply at the African Internet Governance Forum (AfIGF), taking place right after.  Understanding how the internet works How does the internet work? What is an internet protocol? Wh...

Shaping the future of the internet in Africa: Seventh internet governance school set to begin 4 September in Chad
Shaping the future of the internet in Africa: Seventh internet governance school set to begin 4 September in Chad 02 September 2019

N'DJAMENA, Chad - The Seventh African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG) will be held on 4-9 September in N'Djamena, Chad. For six days, 45 participants from 23 countries will gather at sessions, lectures and workshops to gain greater insight on internet governance processes at the local, national, regional, sub-regional and global levels. What is the aim of the School? The School, wh...

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