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Benin National IGF- 2016 Edition.

Monday 1 July 2013

The Benin Internet Governance Forum (FGI.BJ) 2016 edition will be held on Date: 18th June 2016. However, on the 16th June there will be a private sector meeting in preparation to their contribution towards the multi-stakeholders meeting . the theme for this year will be:- "la sécurité des infrastructures et des individus sur internet". Keep checking here for more details as the dates grow (...)

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Burkina Faso National IGF - 2016 Edition

Sunday 30 September 2012

We are pleased to announce the upcoming national Internet Governance Forum in Burkina Faso, 2016 edition. Under the chairmanship of Ms. Minister of the digital economy and the patronage of the President of the regulatory authority for electronic communications, Burkina IGF 2016 . Date: Thursday, June 2,2016 Theme "Internet and sustainable development" http://burkina-ntic.net/spip.php?article2230 For more information, click on the following link (sorry for english speakers, the link (...)

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Benin National IGF 2012

Wednesday 12 September 2012

Benin is holding its 2012 Internet Governance Forum on the 27th September. Held within the context of the National Internet Week, this meeting will bring together all the information society stakeholders to discuss Internet Governance issues in Benin. Theme: "Internet: an open and inclusive space" Date: 27th september 2012 Time: 08H00 Venue: Palais des Congrès, Cotonou This unique opportunity held in a multi stakeholder manner is ideal to have a detailed insight on access, usage, (...)

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Cotonou INET Conference, September 14th 2011

Wednesday 24 August 2011

Le Beninese Chapter of Internet Society (ISOC-Benin) in cooperation with the Togolese Chapter of Internet Society and Internet Society (world) is hosting at Novotel Cotonou, Benin, on September 14th 2011, an INET conference with the following theme "Best practices for Internet Security". The Internet is the primary cornerstone for business and communication today. In order to continue being a trusted, mission-critical platform, the Internet must be seen and proven to be secure, reliable (...)

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