[AfrICANN-discuss] Involving the local community
arsenebaguma at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 18:27:02 UTC 2015
Wishing you all the best for this important event. I can see how important such events are for our local communities, those who do not participate in global events/discussions.
I encourage others to follow this path.
Executive Director, Rudi International
Founder & Director, Mabingwa Forum
ICANN Fellow | ISOC Member | Child Online Protection | Activist & Youth Leader | Internet Governance.
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
Sent from my iPhone (excuse typos)
> On 10 févr. 2015, at 20:13, "jnoulaye at yahoo.fr" <jnoulaye at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> 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 Broadband
> It 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:
> Meeting number: 920 471 532
> More 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 Ngnoulaye
> President of the Chapter
> Yaounde - Cameroon
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> AfrICANN at afrinic.net
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