internet governance

African School on Internet Governance: “Inspiring the next generation of internet governance leaders from Africa”
African School on Internet Governance: “Inspiring the next generation of internet governance leaders from Africa” 14 December 2018 APCNews

In the wake of another successful school, it is worth reflecting on AfriSIG’s development and direction – how has it evolved since its inception and how might it continue to grow, in terms of diversity and representation, curriculum development and movement building? 

Countering misinformation online: Strengthening media literacy skills to fight “fake news”
Countering misinformation online: Strengthening media literacy skills to fight “fake news” 16 November 2018 Gabrielle Willms for APCNews

In recent years, the scope and consequences of online disinformation and misinformation campaigns have drawn increasing attention, as concern builds about their ability to exacerbate social polarisation, undermine public trust in the media and influence political decisions.

Schools on Internet Governance at IGF 2018: Building a network and sharing resources
Schools on Internet Governance at IGF 2018: Building a network and sharing resources 13 November 2018 Gabrielle Willms for APCNews

As more Schools on Internet Governance pop up around the globe, it has become clear that there’s an appetite for greater collaboration, collective curriculum development and networking between organisers as well as a clearer picture of who is working on internet governance education and where. 

APC priorities for the 13th Internet Governance Forum
APC priorities for the 13th Internet Governance Forum 10 November 2018 APC

These are APC's priorities for the 13th Internet Governance Forum (IGF), Paris, 2018.

AfriSIG 2018: My experience and takeaways
AfriSIG 2018: My experience and takeaways 05 November 2018 Adewale Idowu Anthony

The sixth African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG), organised by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and the African Union Commission (AUC), was attended by 35 fellows and 26 faculty members from different countries who came together for five days to brainstorm, teach, learn, network, dialogue and exchange ideas about issues related to internet governance on a global, re...

APC at the Internet Governance Forum 2018
APC at the Internet Governance Forum 2018 02 November 2018 APCNews

APC is mobilising for the 13th annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Paris, France, where it will be participating in activities from 11 to 14 November 2018. Don't miss the APC party on 13 November, and check out these other events that APC and its members are involved in.

AfriSIG 2018: Sharing knowledge and building capacity
AfriSIG 2018: Sharing knowledge and building capacity 29 October 2018 Harira Adbulrahman Wakili

My interest in internet governance issues was sparked when I coordinated a project on internet access for women in northern Nigeria in 2016 with the ultimate goal of bridging gender digital exclusion and promoting greater access to the use and benefits of internet to women.

Taking forward the lessons from AfriSIG
Taking forward the lessons from AfriSIG 23 October 2018 Rebecca Ryakitimbo

I have wanted to attend the African School on  Internet Governance (AfriSIG) ever since I participated in the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) as an ISOCYouth@IGF fellow last year. It was through this formative experience that I first developed a passion for internet governance.

AfriSIG 2018: How can multistakeholder processes be improved? Interview with James Mutandwa Madya
AfriSIG 2018: How can multistakeholder processes be improved? Interview with James Mutandwa Madya 18 October 2018 James Mutandwa Madya for APCNews

Following the collaborative governance workshop at AfriSIG 2018, fell James Mutandwa Madya reflects on how multistakeholder processes can be improved.

AfriSIG 2018: Interview with Noha Ashraf Abdel Baky on multistakeholder decision making
AfriSIG 2018: Interview with Noha Ashraf Abdel Baky on multistakeholder decision making 18 October 2018 Noha Ashraf Abdel Baky for APCNews

AfriSIG fellow Noha Ashraf Abdel Baky reflects on the importance of including youth and grassroots organizations in multistakeholder decision making after the School's collaborative governance workshop.

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