ISOC Ghana organizes workshop on Internet Governance and Standards Development
The Internet Society Ghana Chapter (ISOC Ghana) in collaboration with the National IT Agency of Ghana and the Ghana ISP Association is organizing a three day workshop on Internet Governance and Standards Development in Accra this week. The Internet Governance and the Standards Development workshop tracks will each have 30 participants selected through a public process.
The global Internet Society is sponsoring the workshop from its Community Grants program geared towards innovative program that will advance its mission of open development of the Internet. Participants will be tutored on key issues around governance of the Internet and development of standards that makes the Internet work in a seamless manner. Local and International instructors will facilitate the workshop.
About ISOC Ghana Chapter
Internet Society Ghana Chapter (ISOC Ghana) is a chartered Chapter of the Internet Society (ISOC) which is a non-profit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet related standards, education, and policy. ISOC Ghana is dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of people in Ghana and throughout the world. Since it was formed in 1996, ISOC Ghana has championed a number of initiatives in capacity building for the technical community and education.
Source : isoc.gh
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