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Jon Postel's Nigeria IT Center Programme

                   

 
Nigeria Internet Governance Forum (NIGF-2012) 

Internet Society Nigeria Chapter, Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA), The Federal Ministry of Communication Technology, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Nigeria Communications Commission and Global Network for Cybersolution and other stakeholders participated in a one-day “Multi-Stakeholders’ Forum” on Tuesday 25th September 2012, to call for contributions from various stakeholders toward the forthcoming Global Internet Governance Forum 2012 that will take place at Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan, from 6 to 9 November 2012.

The event is a one-day Preparatory National Stakeholders’ Forum which calls for contributions from various stakeholders such as government, regulators, professional bodies, civil societies, academia, youths & women, operators, security & law enforcement agencies, law makers, industry, international organizations, multilateral development partners, and the public towards facilitating domestic inputs into the forthcoming Global Internet Governance Forum 2012 taking place at Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan, from 6 to 9 November 2012.

   
   
Otunte Otueneh of Internet Society Nigeria Chapter (right), Muhammed Rudman of Internet Exchange Point Nigeria (3rd from left), President of NIRA Mary Uduma (4th from left), Lanre Ajayi of ATCON (6th from left), Chima Onyekwere of Linkserve (4th from right), Ope Odusan of NIRA (between Rudman & Mary) and other stakeholders.  
 

The theme of the NIGF 2012 is in alignment with the Theme of the Global IGF 2012: ‘Internet Governance for Sustainable Human, Economic and Social Development.


The event goal is to provide ‘Harmonization of National Multi-Stakeholders Positions based on the Global IGF 2012 Six Point Agenda’:
• Access & Diversity (AD)

• Internet Governance for Development  (IG4D)

• Security, Openness & Privacy (SOP)

• Managing Critical Internet Resource (MCIR)

•  Emerging Issues (EI)

• And Taking Stock & Way Forward.

Internet Society Nigeria Chapter
Email: info@isocnig.org.ng
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