Rebecca Ryakitimbo during AfriSIG 2018 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
Reflections on my AfriSIG 2018 experience
When I was first accepted to join the African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG), I thought that it would be a dense, academic course, with
Overview of the EuroSIG2018 and AfriSIG2018 Internet Society’s Collaborative internet governance project workshop experience
The Internet Society’s Collaborative Internet Governance Project Workshop, facilitated by Larry Strickling and Fiona Asonga of the Internet Society (ISOC), evaluates different negotiation processes by exploring multiple case studies and scenarios. The purpose of the event is to help fellows
AfriSIG 2018: What happens when someone breaks your trust?
By Afi Edoh (Afia Faith) Life is a series of relationships, whether business or personal, and each of these relationships must be based on trust. The aim of the African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG) is to give Africans
Welcome to the sunrises and sunsets of Zanzibar
Dear AfriSIG Class of 2018, My name is Chenai Chair and I work for Research ICT Africa. Three years ago, I caught a flight for the first time to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, excited and nervous to be joining the AfriSIG/gigX
I’m headed to AfriSIG 2018 and here’s why…
By Babatunde Okunoye As a research officer at Paradigm Initiative, my daily work involves a number of interesting tasks. I lead research on Paradigm Initiative’s annual Digital Rights in Africa report, together
Call for applications for the Sixth African School on Internet Governance now open!
Are you a current or potential leader in internet governance forums and debates in Africa? Do you want to deepen your understanding of the “multistakeholder” approach to internet-related policy making? Whether you are a policy maker, a researcher, a regulator,