A blog by Chenai Chair. My first encounter with internet governance forums was in 2015 through the first Africa gigX held parallel to the African School of Internet Governance in Addis Ababa. This was hosted by APC’s women’s rights unit.
By Irene Kagoya, Communications & Advocacy Officer, Akina Mama wa Afrika and participant at GigX 2016. The Internet remains one of the historical developments that is transforming human behavior; greatly impacting on the social, economic, cultural and political spheres of
Here we feature blog posts from participants attending the Gigx and Afrisig events prior to the African Internet Governance Forum being held in Durban, South Africa. Circling back to Africa GigX 2015-2016 by Chenai Chair A Painting of an African
The module centres around the 15 Feminist Principles of the Internet 1 that were developed by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and a group of international activists, researchers and scholars at a Global Meeting on Gender, Sexuality and the