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Governance and Policy / Gouvernance et politique: Recent submissions

  • Nampewo, Joanita (UCC, 2010)
    The Association of East African Communications Organisations (EACO) is concerned with network development and regional inter-connectivity, while promoting the development and application of Information Communication ...
  • Mukelabai, Garry (Zambia ICT Authority (ZICTA), 2010)
    The Communications Regulators' Association of Southern Africa (CRASA) works towards mainstreaming ICT into National and Regional Policy and Regulatory Framework and Implementation Strategies. The Zambia Information and ...
  • Bayingana, Moses (African Union Commision, 2010)
    The African Union Commission reports on Africa’s Information and Communication Technology programmes and the need for a policy and regulatory harmonization framework. The presentation focuses on activities and aims related ...
  • Tusubira, F.F. (UbuntuNet Alliance, 2010)
    This brief presentation focuses on the development of research and education networking, and strategies and stages of maturity of National Research and Education Networks (NREN).
  • Clauberg, Axel (Cisco, 2010)
    This brief presentation illustrates mechanisms and strategies for managing networks and network “traffic” as well as the need for optimizing network architecture. IP over DWDM (IPoDWDM) is a technology used in telecommunications ...
  • Stöver, Cathrin (DANTE, 2010)
    GÉANT is the high-bandwidth, high-performance pan-European communications infrastructure serving Europe’s research and education community. The presentation reviews the project management structure and partner organizations. ...
  • Fox, Louis (Internet2, 2010)
    The presentation advocates for “a people network that makes the technical network useful” in higher education and economic development. Broadband links would be non-profit, public purpose and facilitate an active community ...
  • Martin, Duncan (NREN, 2010)
    Tertiary Education & Research Network (TENET) is a founding member of the UbuntuNet Alliance. This presentation at the UbuntuNet Connect conference (2010) provides an overview of the benefits of National Research and ...
  • Oaiya, Omo (TELECOMMUNICATIONS, 2010)
    West and Central African Research and Education Network (WACREN) is the largest most homogeneous and demanding user group in the regional telecoms sector. This presentation provides a breakdown of the organizational structure ...
  • Hamilton, Paul (Hamilton Research, 2010)
    The 2010 edition of the Africa Telecom Transmission Map and Datasets shows the region’s terrestrial fibre and microwave, satellite and submarine cable networks. The presentation shows maps and related information. Hamilton ...
  • Nyirenda Jere, Towela (TELECOMMUNICATIONS, 2010)
    The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) was adopted by African Heads of State and Governments of the African Union in 2001. The presentation provides an overview of NEPAD activities and policies. The goal is ...
  • Mulira, Nora (2010)
    Study findings show that radio remains the favourite medium for information among rural communities compared with other mass-media. Given the diversity of interests in agricultural biotechnology and the influence of radio ...
  • Patel, Ashraf (2010)
    The presentation reviews models for open-source applications in National Research and Educational Networks (NREN) in Africa. For Sub- Saharan African universities and education providers, open educational resources (OER) ...
  • Khosrow, Alireza (Alcatel-Lucent, 2010)
    This brief presentation locates and illustrates where and how National Research and Educational Networks (NREN) operate within the Global Research Community, along with aims and benefits of inclusion.
  • Msulira Banda, Tiwonge; Becker, Bruce (Co-ordination & Harmonisation of Advanced e-INfrastructures (CHAIN), 2010)
    Co-ordination and Harmonisation of Advanced e-INfrastructures (CHAIN) supports widely geographically distributed communities. The presentation provides aims and steps in outreach with other research networks: Conduct a ...
  • Kadzamira, Z.D. (2010)
    These are opening remarks at the UbuntuNet Connect conference (2010). Tertiary Education and Research Network (TENET) is a founding member of the UbuntuNet Alliance. Other guests of the conference presented details of their ...
  • Clauberg, Axel (Cisco, 2010)
    Due to the huge number of systems on the Internet and the lower number of available addresses on IPv4, transition from IPv4 to IPv6 is necessary. The migration from IPv4 to IPv6 must be implemented node by node (Network ...
  • World Resources Institute (World Resources Institute, Washington, DC, US, 2011)
    The press release introduces The Access to Information in Africa: Transparency Models and Lessons Learned (ATI in Africa) which aims to promote government transparency and increase people’s access to information in Ghana, ...
  • Veit, Peter G.; Excell, Carole; Zomer, Alisa (World Resources Institute, Washington, DC, US, 2011)
    Uganda has made significant progress in codifying the rights of access to information (ATI) and participation and toward putting in place the institutional infrastructure, including a regulatory framework for the oil sector. ...
  • Larsen, Gaia; Excell, Carole; Veit, Peter G. (2011)
    The paper reviews Access to Information (ATI) legislation and regulation and their effects in Uganda. While the release of the ATI Regulations is a welcome development, there is concern that a number of the provisions ...