Advancing digital rights in Africa and promoting the multi-stakeholder model of internet governance
The Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa this year will mark a decade of the largest gathering on internet freedom in Africa, which has since 2014 put internet freedom on the agenda of key actors including African policy makers, platform operators, telcos, regulators, human rights defenders, academia, law enforcement representatives, and the media.
A Decade of Documentation, Decisions and Discourse on Digital Rights in Africa
FIFAfrica offers a platform for critical engagement of diverse stakeholders in identifying the most pressing internet rights-related issues and challenges that have to be addressed at national and regional levels. It also identifies opportunities for bringing the debate on the importance of digital rights to national, regional and global fora.
Tanzania Ministry of ICT to Co-Host FIFAfrica23
“We are pleased to support such an important event in Africa. In recent years, we have steadily worked at enhancing our digital transformation through the Tanzania Digital Economy Framework to enhance our capacities within the government and for the citizens of Tanzania to enjoy digital services.