Thanks ðŸ‘ we can now get prepared early
On Fri, Jun 4, 2021, 14:41 Barrack Otieno via KICTANet <
> Greetings Listers,
> The Kenya Internet Governance Forum (KIGF) is an annual meeting that
> brings together various stakeholder groups to dialogue on ICT and Internet
> policy. While the discussions give soft policy outcomes, Kenya Internet
> Governance Forum is a knowledge-sharing platform that informs and inspires
> policy actors in both the public and private sectors.
> The national forum also feeds into the regional and global IGFs through a
> chain of reporting and representation to the regional and global IGFs to
> ensure a bottom up Internet policy development process and a strong link
> between global internet policies and the national one.
> This year, we will have a hybrid (Virtual and Physical) meeting on the
> 24th to 26th August in Nairobi.
> On behalf of the local Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG), we’d be
> interested to hear your views on the issues and topics that you think ought
> to be discussed during this year’s Kenya IGF.
> To enable us track them, kindly share them in this Google Form
> <bit.ly/3fUEB8x> which is in the format below:
> a) Proposed topic(s):
> b) Why the topic is important or relevant:
> c) Proposed speakers (if any):
> Kindly share your feedback by 4th June 2021.
> The MultiStakeholder Advisory Group will then compile your input and
> prepare the topics for the pre-IGF online discussion scheduled for early
> August and the final IGF Programme. The Multistakeholder Advisory Group
> will also get in touch with the proposed speakers.
> Herewith please find the Kenya IGF 2020
> <www.kictanet.or.ke/mdocs-posts/kenya-igf-report-2020/> for your
> Thank you
> Barrack Otieno
> Trustee and Chairman of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group Kenya Internet
> Governance Forum
> Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTAnet)
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