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Workshop on Legal Frameworks for ICTs

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Workshop on Legal Frameworks for ICTs

Time: May 30, 2011 to June 4, 2011
Location: Malta
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Yasmeen
Latest Activity: Feb 9, 2011

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The Commonwealth Secretariat and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Malta are pleased to announce the 5th edition of the training course taking place under the Malta Commonwealth Third Country Training Programme: Legal Frameworks for ICT.

The Course aims to sensitise policy makers and senior public service managers to a comprehensive range of legislative and regulatory issues that need to be addressed to facilitate the mainstreaming of ICTs in socioeconomic development. It aims to illustrate different approaches taken and experiences gleaned through the adoption of various model laws and regulatory mechanisms. It also aims to provide a road-map and tool set for the systematic enactment of a comprehensive and mature Cyberlaw Framework. Finally, it aims to provide an understanding of emerging issues and contemporary international dialogue on issues such as Broadcasting and Interconnection.

The course is being organised by the COMNET Foundation for ICT Development. It is being held in Malta between the 3oth of May and the 4th of June, 2011.

Applicants must be nominated by their employing department/ministry/organisation and should be duly endorsed by their Commonwealth Point of Contact.

For further information, you can download a copy of the brochure and application form here:


The application deadline is the 4th of March 2011.

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