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Middle East and Adjoining Countries School on Internet Governance (MEAC-SIG) Tunisia

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Middle East and Adjoining Countries School on Internet Governance (MEAC-SIG) Tunisia

Following the success of the first School on Internet Governance organised by ICANN in Kuwait in 2014, the Internet Society Tunisia hosted its second edition in Tunis with the support of the Ministry of Communications Technologies, The Khawarizmi Calculation Center, RIPE NCC and Google.

The ICANN Middle East and Adjoining Countries School on Internet Governance (MEAC-SIG) is part of ICANN’s Middle East Strategy that seeks to develop outreach initiatives in partnership with national and regional stakeholders in order to stimulate the regional Internet community and ensure effective participation in regional and global Internet Governance fora.

The school last five days with sessions tailored to fit the region’s needs and covering a broad range of issues from technical to policy aspects of Internet Governance.

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My interventions covered two parts :

Understanding Public Policy and Exploring Internet Public Policy


New TLDs and IDNs


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