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IGF 2011

'Internet as a catalyst for change: access, development, freedoms and innovation'. is  the theme of the 2011 IGF. This is a place to share thoughts and ideas before the main event.

Website: http://igf.or.ke/
Location: worldwide
Members: 64
Latest Activity: Jan 20, 2016

Welcome to the 'official' IGF 2011 group on www.diplointernetgovernance.org!

Whether you'll be in Nairobi on 27-30 September, or participating remotely, join this group for the latest updates and announcements. Feel free to post comments and questions on the Comment Wall, or in the Discussion Forum.

 

Important links: (last updated 26 Sept. by Diplo IGCBP)


Official Twitter hashtag: #IGF11

Discussion Forum

IGF Pasifika expands social Media Presence at IGF6, Nairobi, Kenya

With our Pacific reps now in Nairobi and the Hubs ready for the IGF kick off tomorrow, here are some social media options, including Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook which we all can use to interact…Continue

Started by Sala T Sep 26, 2011.

Visa to Kenya 1 Reply

Info on Visa requirements please visit the Kenya Immigration Department website

Started by Mwende Njiraini. Last reply by Mwende Njiraini Sep 21, 2011.

Social Reporting at IGF 2011 3 Replies

I'm looking forward to being at this years IGF next week!  Whilst we've not got the same social reporting programme taking place this year, I'm still going to be working on keeping a social media…Continue

Started by Tim Davies. Last reply by Paul Muchene Sep 21, 2011.

Workshop 67 1 Reply

E-participation PrinciplesDiploFoundation is organizing WS 67, which can be seen at:…Continue

Started by Virginia (Ginger) Paque. Last reply by Virginia (Ginger) Paque Sep 20, 2011.

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Comment by Kolubahzizi T. Howard on September 15, 2011 at 1:46pm

Hello to all of you. How many members of the group will be attending the IGF in Nairobi? I will not be able to attend but have registered for remote participation and would love receiving updates from those of you that will be there in person.

All the best.

Comment by meshack emakunat oriama on September 14, 2011 at 8:18pm
Nairobi will be my first igf. Cant wait to be thereNairobi will be my first igf. Cant wait to be there
Comment by Grace Mutung'u on September 9, 2011 at 1:00pm
Important: today is the FINAL day of #IGF11 online registration http://intgovforum.org/registe r/index.php
Please RT


Comment by Diplo IGCBP on September 6, 2011 at 4:13pm

Hi everyone, the 'Important Links' section above has just been updated! We added the link to the list of workshops which Diplo is organising/co-organising/participating in.

 

There's also the link to the #IGF11 hashtag. Start following the conversation now!

Comment by Grace Mutung'u on August 23, 2011 at 3:16pm
Thanks Bernard!
Comment by Bernard Sadaka on August 22, 2011 at 8:49am

Hello Grace and all,

The trainings start today and here is the link:

http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/remote-participation-2011/trainings-...

We ave trainings for Remote Participation (RP) Moderators as well as for hubs.

Looking forward to e-meeting you all.

All the best,

Bernard

Comment by Grace Mutung'u on August 19, 2011 at 11:11pm

Hi Sammy!

Yes, moblie seems to be the present and future of everything in Kenya. At KENIC IGF, it was apparent that many big comapnies such as Google, Nokia, Samsung etc are setting shop here to tap this ready market....Lets hope this comes with many jobs for locals and better quality of life. Looking forward to meeting you too! And have you joined ISOC-KE (under construction)

Comment by Grace Mutung'u on August 19, 2011 at 11:08pm
Is anyone here a remote moderator for any of the workshops? Dates for trainings are now out. Will post the link once I get it but it should be on the IGF website...
Comment by Sammy Gatere on August 18, 2011 at 9:15am

Hey Grace and All,

@Paul you are very right about the penetration and usage of mobile financials in Kenya. It's amazing how broadband internet has changed the face of communication in the country in the last 3 years or so! Mobile money innovations have created new jobs that were not even thought of 6 years ago not to mention the innovations that have come with that. I'm sure the ISOC_KE chapter formation will receive mention in this years IGF which I view as a very positive development prior to the IGF in Nairobi. As Kenya positions it self as a regional ICT hub it only makes sense to have a body that has international roots be active in the ICT community... Possibly one of the mandates would be to ensure Access For All... Looking forward to the IGF and meeting you all. 

Comment by SCHOMBE BAUDOUIN on August 12, 2011 at 5:34pm
We closed the workshop last night IGF Central Africa in Brazzaville. It was very rich qualitatively and participatory. There was a very active participation of young students in accordance with the gender.
 
 
 

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