Archive | Workshops

Over 30 legal practitioners, advocates, researchers, technologists, and human rights defenders came together for "Shawarma, Baklava, and Digital Rights Law", an interactive workshop co-hosted by SMEX and HURIDOCS during the 2017 Internet Governance Forum in Geneva, Switzerland.

Shawarma, Baklava, and Digital Rights Law: Reflections from a Community Workshop on Digital Rights Legal Data at the 2017 Internet Governance Forum

The relationships between digital technologies and networks, and their national and regional legal frameworks, are rapidly evolving. Poorly drafted and arbitrarily applied legislation and regulations represent a serious threat to our digital rights and civic space, not only in the Arab region but broadly across the global South. A widespread lack of accessible, reliable resources […]

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Apply for the First School of Internet Governance in Lebanon

For policy makers, journalists, entrepreneurs, legal professionals, and activists, a sound knowledge of Internet governance is fast becoming as important as an understanding of national and international law. With this in mind, SMEX is pleased to open the application process for this year’s Middle East and Adjoining Countries School on Internet Governance (MEAC-SIG), which we […]

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IPv6 Coordination Meeting, Beirut

The RIPE NCC, in coordination with Data Consult, presents IPv6 Week in Beirut. IPv6 Week comprises a three-day workshop, held from 2-4 November, followed by an IPv6 Coordination Day, held on 5 November 2015. IPv6 Week aims to support the technical expertise of the Lebanese Internet community with regards to IPv6 deployment and transition mechanisms. […]

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WSIS Forum 2013 - Multi-Stakeholder approach to Governance of the Internet (ICANN). Courtesy ITU/Claudio Montesano Casillas

Call for Applications: Researching Internet Policy for Advocacy in MENA

Knowledge about Internet policy and governance in the MENA region isn’t easy to come by. While facts and figures about Internet penetration and social media usage exist, it is exceptionally difficult to find well-documented, rigorous analysis about how legal and technical frameworks are affecting the way people in the region exercise their rights online. Over […]

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