Tag Archives: internet governance

Empowering women with Digital Skills and Education.

Knowledge is created when one has access to information including access to laws that provide for the right to access information. Without access to crucial information, citizens, especially marginalized groups, will not secure equality in this ever changing digital age. ...

Anonymity as agency: A case for women’s progress

Women will ignore precedent and startle civilization with their progress. - Nicola Tesla Well into the next century, the prophetic words of physicist Nicola Tesla, given during an interview with Colliers magazine in 1926, ring true in many aspects of our ...

Relevant content and Online services for women.

As identified in the World Wide Web Report Card, having relevant content and services online for women is a challenge. Since access plays an important role in finding relevant content online, it is important to consider the fact that women ...

Analyzing the Data Protection and Privacy Bill (2015) from a gender perspective.

On the 7th February 2017, the Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC) held a focus group discussion with experts from various disciplines, sectors and institutions to allow them give their different perspectives on the Data Protection and Privacy Bill, 2015. Central ...

My first Internet Governance experience

Brenda Akite is the rural projects manager of the Women of Uganda Network, an NGO that focuses on the use of ICTs among women, women organizations and youth to address issues of sustainable development. Having been selected to take part in the ...

Uganda Holds 4th Internet Governance Forum

By Lillian Nalwoga- CIPESA The Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern (CIPESA) in conjunction with the Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) and Hive Colab organised the 4th Uganda Internet Governance Forum (IGF) under the theme “Harnessing Internet Development. ...