[AfrICANN-discuss] Involving the local community
jnoulaye at yahoo.fr
jnoulaye at yahoo.fr
Tue Feb 10 18:13:59 UTC 2015
Dear members,This is just to give you two updates from ISOC Cameroon Chapter,1- The Cameroon Chapter will open on wednesday 11 february a Remote Hub for the ICANN52 meeting in Singapore.On 11 february, the local community of Internet has been invited to be part of the discussions that happen in Singapore.
2- On 12 february, Cameroon Chapter organize a conference on Internet Governance topics: this conference will offer a platform to share experiences and discuss topics relevant to the local Internet community, such as:-Who's involved of the Internet Governance-The IANA transition: development and prospects-Internet Exchange Point: best practices 2014 in Africa-The abandonment of the Network Address Translation for a secure Internet connection with IPv6-State of affairs of the Internet infrastructure in Cameroon: a.Infrastructure at the sub-regional level b.Infrastructure at the national level c.Infrastructure for Mobile and BroadbandIt is expected that at the end of this local event, the local community will be better equipped with relevant information on the local, regional and international development of the Internet. Furthermore, such practice will enable the community of Cameroon to participate and actively engage in regional and international discussion forums (ICANN, IGF, AFRINIC, etc.) taking place in 2015. Last but not least, the Internet Society Cameroon Chapter believes that the conference will change the attitude of ISPs by encouraging the deployment of IPv6.This is the link for the remote access to the conference:https://isoc.webex.com/isoc/j.php?MTID=m06ea7cf829672933ab405d0ef0cdc205Meeting number: 920 471 532More details on the ISOC blog:http://www.internetsociety.org/blog/africa-bureau/2015/02/last-day-register-join-our-cameroon-chapter-conference-internet
Warm Regards,/Janvier NgnoulayePresident of the ChapterYaounde - Cameroon
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