The Pan-African Youth Ambassador for Internet Governance (PAYAIG)
initiative, developed by Cyber Czar and made possible through the generous
backing of the UK government, in collaboration with AUC PRIDA, IGF
Secretariat, as well as numerous regional NRIs and IGF stakeholders who
contributed to its implementation.
The goal is to empower 1000 young Africans aged 18-30 before Kyoto, to
engage in internet governance and cultivate Africa’s internet governance
ecosystem actively and meaningfully. The training will be conducted in five
different languages – Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, and Swahili –
giving participants the freedom to select their preferred language of
instruction. This aligns with this year’s IGF overarching theme, “The
Internet We Want- Empowering All People”.
Click here to read more and apply PAN-AFRICAN YOUTH AMBASSADORS FOR
INTERNET GOVERNANCE OPENS FIRST FULLY FUNDED FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM – THE
*“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude” Zig