[AfrICANN-discuss] New Report and New Report on Public Policy
Dialogue Available for Download
Pierre Lotis NANKEP
lnankep at yahoo.fr
Mon Sep 17 06:38:25 SAST 2012
Thank a lot for sharing with the Community those useful resources.
It would be a great transversal input for the ASWG ecosystem and the African Strategy being developed.
Pierre Lotis NANKEP
IT Engineer / ANTIC
Web : http://www.antic.cm
Email (Pro) : pierre.nankep at antic.cm
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De : Ben Akoh <me at benakoh.com>
À : africann at afrinic.net
Envoyé le : Dimanche 16 septembre 2012 23h55
Objet : [AfrICANN-discuss] New Report and New Report on Public Policy Dialogue Available for Download
Apologies for cross posting. Please circulate widely.
New Book: Akoh,B., Egede-Nissen, B., & Creech, H. (2012). Toolkit on Internet Public Policy Dialogue: Tools for the Practitioner. IISD. Available at: http://www.iisd.org/publications/pub.aspx?pno=1619. Download for free.
This Toolkit can be used by new or emerging public policy groups seeking to understand and support public policy dialogue with stakeholders. It is based on two central activities: the gathering of evidence to support policy recommendations, and the securing of consent among the stakeholders to be affected by policy change.
New Report: Akoh, B. (2012). Supporting Multistakeholder Internet Public Policy Dialogue in a Least Developed Country: The Togo Experience. IISD:Canada. Available at: http://www.iisd.org/publications/pub.aspx?pno=1683.
This case study for Togo, a least developed country, illustrates how multistakeholder dialogue can identify priorities and challenges for the development and deployment of the Internet in support of the country's economic, social and environmental needs. Information and communication technology (ICT) growth in Africa has been steady in the past five years, with impacts on the economic and social landscape. Grassroots involvement and local level policy consultations should be considered an intrinsic part of the process of developing national priorities and objectives for ICTs and the Internet.
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