By Sheena Magenya Sheena Magenya facilitating a session at AfriSIG 2018 No matter how many times I sit in a space that is reflecting on, learning from or critiquing issues around gender, I am always both pleased and flummoxed
Taking forward the lessons from AfriSIG
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
My initiation in the internet governance arena
By Billy Ray Attending the African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG) is my first experience in any event related to internet governance. This has given me the opportunity to interact with different stakeholders from all walks of life and I
Chairing the gender debate in internet policy principles with Chenai Chair!
“It is great that human rights are seen as a priority when it comes to IG, and it’s equally important that users know that they have rights online. As a young African woman in IG, I found myself reflecting on