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AfriSIG 2018: How can multistakeholder processes be improved? Interview with James Mutandwa Madya

Following the collaborative governance workshop at AfriSIG 2018, fell James Mutandwa Madya reflects on how multistakeholder processes can be improved.

AfriSIG 2018: Interview with Noha Ashraf Abdel Baky on multistakeholder decision making

AfriSIG fellow Noha Ashraf Abdel Baky reflects on the importance of including youth and grassroots organizations in multistakeholder decision making after the School's collaborative governance workshop.

UNESCO: Open Forum on "Measuring a free, open, rights based and inclusive internet"

The Internet Universality Indicators have been developed through a process of desk research and global multistakeholder consultation, undertaken by UNESCO with the support of a consortium which has been led by the Association for Progressive

Hiding Outside the Spotlight: Don't Miss the Real Impact of Your Development Efforts

October 17, 2018
As researchers, we're often tempted to track data that are easy to capture—rather than searching for what we really need to know.

AfriSIG 2018: Reflections on my experience

When I was first accepted to join the African School on Internet Governance (AfriSIG), I thought that it would be a dense, academic course, with tech experts and policy makers coming together to discuss iss

AfriSIG 2018: Overview of the Internet Society’s Collaborative Internet Governance Project Workshop experience

The Internet Society’s Collaborative Internet Governance Project Workshop, facilitated by Larry Strickling and Fiona Asonga of the Internet Society (ISOC), evaluates different negotiation processes by exploring multiple case studies and scen

Reflection on 5 Years of BRCK

It was 5 years ago that we created BRCK as a company, and I’ve had the great joy of being on a journey with some fantastic people, including the three here with me in this picture (Reg Orton, Emmanuel Kala, and Philip Walton).

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