Internet Society Namibia hosts Fifth Edition Of Communication Program

Internet Society Namibia hosts Fifth Edition Of Communication Program

The Internet Society Namibia Chapter, in collaboration with UNESCO, Communications Regulatory of Namibia (CRAN) and ICANN, hosted the fifth edition of the Youth Communication Program here, to strengthen youth skills on the governance of the internet and prepare future leaders to face challenges and opportunities of the digital age. Nashilongo Gervasius of the Internet Society…

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Namibians Encouraged To Embrace Blogging

Namibians are encouraged to embrace blogging to create greater visibility of the country to the outside world. These were the sentiments of Janet Faden, a Nigerian blogger, during a one-day workshop with students as part of of the World Press Freedom Day commemoration.

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Celebration Of World Press Freedom Day 2018

Windhoek, 18 April 2018 – The celebration of World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) 2018 takes place from 25 April to 8 May in Windhoek. UNESCO and the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology in collaboration with the Namibia Media Trust, Editors Forum of Namibia and other stakeholders (European Union, Namibia University of Science and Technology,…

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1 Year Anniversary

It is all set in less than 48 hours, see you all there. Are you a member of @ISOCNamibia? If so kindly fill out the link below for registration.

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Mobilizing Our Community To Achieve Focused Positive Impact Through Campaigns

Global perspective In 2018, the Chapter workshops/Advocacy-Meetings are our main vehicle to mobilize our Chapters around our 2018 campaigns. We believe that these workshops represent a unique opportunity to define concrete roles for our Chapters to work with us on our global initiatives, but create local impact. Regional perspective The 2018 African Chapters Advocacy Meeting…

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