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Welcome to Ghana School on Internet Governance (GhanaSIG)
The Ghana School on Internet Governance (GhanaSIG) is an annual fellowship event organised by the E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA).
The aim of the GhanaSIG is to create an avenue for people from diverse sectors and backgrounds to acquire the requisite skills in order to participate meaningfully to Internet Governance discourse at the local, national, regional and the international levels.
The programme continues to unearth and raise new global Internet governance participants who are making meaningful impacts in the ecosystem. The fellowship specifically examines global Internet Governance issues by taking into consideration its bearing on local and regional contexts in Ghana and Africa. Whilst the programme targets people from Ghana, we welcome people from other countries to bring in different perspectives to deepen the learning experience.
Increase the number of representatives of Ghanaians and other countries in the international Internet Governance debate spaces and ecosystem.
Equip our fellows with the needed skills to increase their participation in the technological, legal and policy dimensions to internet governance.
Create awareness and motivate leaders of opinion to become active participants in Internet Governance meetings and activities, where the future of the Internet is shaped.
Give our fellows the needed knowledge to become the future leaders on Internet Governance in their countries and regions.
Make our fellows a change agent in their various firms.
To give Ghanaians and stakeholder groups the opportunity to gain the necessary knowledge, confidence and skills to participate in Internet Governance processes at the national, regional and global levels.