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Preparing New Voices to Shape Internet Governance in the Middle East

While the Internet has long been recognized as a space for learning, self-expression, innovation, commerce, and sharing, it’s less understood as a political and contested space, where stakeholders with diverse and sometimes conflicting interests are constantly negotiating varying degrees of regulation of the network, from absolute openness to tight control. Understanding the components of the…

MEAC School on Internet Governance in Tunisia

As part of the ICANN Middle East Strategy devised by the Middle East Strategy Working Group (MESWG), the Middle East Adjoining School on Internet Governance launched a new educational initiative in partnership with Internet Society chapter in Tunisia (ISOC). Through a five-day intensive training, the program sought to stimulate discussion within the regional Internet community…