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Internet Governance Project that could be done in 3rd world countries

Nigeria is a large country. I need ideas on projects that has to do with internet governance. projects that will harness activities towards better internet governance and a safer cyber space for…Continue

Started by Adaobi Josphine Okeke Jun 5, 2012.

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Comment by Adaobi Josphine Okeke on June 5, 2012 at 5:53pm

Nigeria is very much in the know of the IGF and issues concerning internet governance. however, we are a large country and it is difficult to coordinate activities of IG. Any ideas?

Comment by Anju Mangal on May 1, 2012 at 3:06am

Internet has become the centre of our globalized world. The Pacific is finally in the limelight of the IGF when discussing Internet governance issues, successes and challenges faced today... I hope we are able to achieve a lot from the discussions that will come out from this group.

Comment by Vladimir Radunovic on April 30, 2012 at 2:54pm

Following the needs for greater both-way communication between MAG members and the community, and having the already established online IG discussion space - this platform - let's gather here some (hopefully all) MAG members and anyone else interested in the work of IGF and MAG decisions.

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