Middle East and Adjoining Countries School on Internet Governance
[Update] The Geneva Internet Platform is participating in the Middle East and Adjoining Countries School on Internet Governance. Ms Marilia Maciel, GIP Digital Watch curator and DiploFoundation's Digital Policy Senior Research, joins other experts in the programme to deliver training in cybersecurity. Download Ms Maciel's presentation; for other presentations and updates, visit the event webpage.
ICANN is organising a five-day training programme aimed at participants from the Middle East and neighbouring countries, in Beirut, Lebanon. The Middle East and Adjoining Countries School on Internet Governance (MEAC-SIG), offers understanding, framing, and actions to be taken in the Internet governance current environment. It offers potential governance scenarios and will analyse its international, regional and national political, economical, and technical implications. It aims to help participants better understand the global, regional, and national Internet governance issues, settings and processes while gaining access to comprehensive and structured knowledge on the various aspects of Internet governance, and the actors, issues and settings surrounding it.
The training spans five tracks, covering the political, legal, economic, socio-cultural, technological and other dimensions of Internet governance within the context of the MEAC regional imperatives.
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