[AfrICANN-discuss] "Vint Cerf on ICANN and NTIA"
seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Sat Jul 26 01:27:33 SAST 2014
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On 25 Jul 2014 22:30, "Dr Yassin Mshana" <ymshana2003 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just to add a little...I think that we need to have 'ICANN School' or
College in that matter to educate people in Internet Governance. Any takers?
Not sure ICANN would be appropriate takers for this. I think the IGF might,
speaking of the subject matter; there are ongoing efforts to establish a
proper school of internet governance for Africa. A pilot was done Pre-ICANN
ZA. The Africa Union (nepad) also currently has an open call for online
internet governance training which could be of help/interest to folks who
wants to learn.
> There is enough misinformation in the air right now....that is why I
would like to suggest so since the Internet nerds a specific and special
approach to its global existence and reach at the moment.....I would not be
comfortable with some suggestions since 'Trust and Truth' are a very hard
Currency to trade on ..
I think there are quite a lot of avenues where one could ask and get fact
based information. For instance in relation to the NTIA overweight role,
AfriNIC did setup a space to learn and discuss about the different
component involved in the process. I encourage us all to join the
discussion and let's provide our contribution.
PS: Am sure urls would have been helpful however, I am lazy to navigate
through this tiny screen. Sure you will get the respective url by googling
1. Most of the initiative is championed by civil society organisation in
> It's me Yassin
> On 25 Jul 2014 17:18, "oboh eromonsele" <oboheromon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I hope the ICANN is 100% international multistakeholder community ???
>> Warm Regards,
>> Eromonsele Oboh
>> Twitter: @am_eromz
>> On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 10:08 AM, Mamadou LO <alfamamadou at hotmail.com>
>>> Great video explainer: Vint Cerf on ICANN and NTIA
>>> Simple Overview of ICANN and the IANA Transition by Vint Cerf
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