[AfrICANN-discuss] "Africa and ICANN "
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Mon Jul 28 17:41:16 SAST 2014
A big and essential talking point here Victor : "Strengthening our national and regional IGFs". Incresasing participation of people from civil society, bank, lawyer, economist can help us reach some goals like development of domain name industry. Internet industry will be developed by people coming from business. We need to talk to them!! And why not thinking for IGFs on a standard model of agenda or schedule for all countries and region; this can facililate to collect outputs in order to build african policies on higher level.
From: ndonnang at isoc-cameroon.org
To: africann at afrinic.net; ndonnang at nvconsulting.biz
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2014 11:15:32 -0400
Subject: RE: [AfrICANN-discuss] "Africa and ICANN "
Greetings Yassin! I agree with you; there is a need to start by putting things in order at the national level. We cannot pretend to participate at a global level and have an influence on Internet policies at the global level when nothing is done at the national or regional level. Strengthening our national and regional IGFs moving forward will be key in the process…And as you said intra-continent initiatives (Africans helping Africans) are important too. Let’s do our homework…More doing, less talking!Best regards,Victor. De : africann-bounces at afrinic.net [mailto:africann-bounces at afrinic.net] De la part de ymshana2003
Envoyé : Monday, July 28, 2014 2:24 AM
À : Victor Ndonnang; 'AfrICANN list'
Objet : RE: [AfrICANN-discuss] "Africa and ICANN " Greetings and happy Eid to thise who celebrate. Victor et al... It is true a lot has been going on and moving forward fast considering the situation. That is why I suggest to call this discussion "Africa and ICANN". It is on us Africans in self reliant approach. A discussion with Fahd in Jordan led to the need to put more effort at national level and structures to have ICT policies that would promote what is being done at global level. Why so? There can a lot of information to tap in yes....but....you will agree that it is not enough. Ignorance of ICANN and its global processes will not just go away without working on promoting it at lower levels... The need to support each other within Africa for each country to have credible ICT policies is still there. Few nations have crafted and adopted theirs and business is going on well. I think ISOCs are the best organs to introduced and push for this in respective countries while other activities are going on. Current limitations should not hinder that intent and handouts from ICANN should not be the only means to do with...not eniugh and is unsustainable choice. Let us think wider away from technical issue on how to work with our leaderships in respective countries (where it is possible). Cheers Yassin Sent from Samsung Mobile
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