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*Point of clarification Please,*
On Tue, 22 May 2018, 18:39 Grace Githaiga via kictanet, <
> Dear Listers
> Further to my earlier *Save the date* note, KICTANet wishes to invite
> volunteers from the different stakeholder groups to assist in *preparation
> of the Kenya Internet Governance Forum (KIGF) 2018 edition*, which is
> slated *for Thursday 19th July 2018. *It will be preceded by the 3rd
> Edition of Kenya School of Internet Governance (KeSIG) and the Youth IGF
> that is convened by Watoto Watch.
> 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, KIGF 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 entrench a bottom up Internet policy
> development process. Further, to create a strong link between global
> internet policies and the national ones.
> The volunteers will form a local Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG)
> that will be expected to:
> 1.Reach out to the community to source community participation and KIGF
> subject focus areas.
> 2.Lead online discussions prior to the KIGF.
> 3.Coordinate logistics for the meeting.
> 4.Coordinate the actual event.
> 5.Report on outcomes of the event.
> To express interest, please send an email to *email@example.com* with
> the subject line “Kenya IGF 2018” indicating your stakeholder group,
> expertise and why you are interested in joining the steering committee of
> KIGF 2018 *by Monday June 4 2018.*
> Membership to the steering team is voluntary and all materials produced by
> KICTANet are published under creative commons licenses. Organisations from
> various stakeholder groups are encouraged to nominate representatives.
> *For more information or clarification, kindly email the 2018 Chair of the
> organising team Victor Kapiyo (firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>).*
> *About KICTANet*
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> Githaiga, Grace
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