REGISTRATION FORM: Cross-Sector Collaboration for Digital Rights in Africa
Complete this short form to express your interest in participating in a consultation on online freedom of expression and privacy in Sub-Saharan Africa hosted by the Global Network Initiative (www.globalnetworkinitiative.org) at the Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Wednesday, September 25!

Over the last six months, the Global Network Initiative (GNI) has convened groups of diverse stakeholders from across the region for a series of discussions on pressing online freedom of expression and privacy issues in the region. Our research and consultations to date indicate that government-enabled surveillance and network disruptions are of particular concern across multiple stakeholder groups, as well as other issues like social media taxes and data protection. Through these discussions, participants representing companies, human rights and press freedom groups, and academia, among others, have exchanged important insights into these issues and identified ways multi-stakeholder efforts could advance shared aims.

At this year's FIFAfrica, GNI will host a session to continue this discussion with ICT companies, civil society organizations, academics, and more. Working under Chatham House rules, participants will share updates and insights into pressing policy issues and advocacy strategies, and will work together to identify ways to work together, across stakeholder groups, to achieve our collectively goals.

Attendance is by registration only -- use this form to register your interest in participating in this important conversation! The exact time and place will be distributed to those who have completed this expression of interest form. Please direct any questions to GNI at info [at] globalnetworkinitiative [dot] com.
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