[AFRI-Discuss] Survey on Participation In Internet Governance from an African Perspective
towelan at nepad.org
Sun Jun 8 14:32:10 UTC 2014
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Research ICT Africa<http://www.researchictafrica.net/home.php> (RIA) in collaboration with the NEPAD Agency (e-Africa Programme)<http://www.nepad.org/regionalintegrationandinfrastructure/infrastructure/ict> is conducting a study on mapping multistakeholder participation in internet governance in Africa<http://www.researchictafrica.net/mapping_multistakeholderism.php>. The project is funded by the Annenberg School for Communications, University of Pennsylvania. The study aims to provide evidence for policy action in support of effective and meaningful involvement of African stakeholders in global ICT policy and governance processes.
As part of the study, an online survey has been prepared to explore in detail national, regional, and continental structures and processes for ICT policy and Internet governance. You are invited to contribute to this study by filling out the questionnaire available at the following link:
Please note that answers to the questions will be kept confidential and no personal information will be publicly released. Only aggregated data will be released and made publicly available. Responses will be accepted until 30 June 2014.
The results of the research will be disseminated through knowledge products such as post blogs, policy briefs, and thematic papers which will be presented at regional and global meetings and conferences.
Further information can be obtained from:
Research ICT Africa
Email: ecalandro at researchICTafrica.net<mailto:ecalandro at researchICTafrica.net>
Towela Nyirenda-Jere, PhD
NEPAD e-Africa Programme
Email: towelan at nepad.org<mailto:towelan at nepad.org>
We thank you for your collaboration.
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