Paradigm Initiative has opened registration for the ‘Digital Rights and Inclusion Forum 2021.’
The registration which started today will close on February 18 while the programme is slated to run from April 12 to 30, 2021 with a series of virtual and in-person country interactions in 12 African countries.
PIN announced in a statement that DRIF “is an important platform” where conversations on digital policy in Africa are shaped, policy directions debated and partnerships forged for action.
“In this eighth edition, PIN looks forward to co-hosting 12 in-person DRIF21 sessions with 13 partners in the following countries: Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda, South Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Chad, Nigeria, Namibia, Cameroon, Zambia, and the Central African Republic,” the Community Manager, Thobekile Matimbe, said.
She added, “This will be an extraordinary platform so timely in these COVID-19 times when deliberations on digital rights and inclusion have become most urgent.”
According to PIN, the forum is open to businesses, civil society, technical community, academia, government, and private sector.
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