UNESCO SEMINAR ON CYBERLAW FOR AFRICAN NATIONS

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UNESCO SEMINAR ON CYBERLAW FOR AFRICAN NATIONS

Pavan Duggal conducted a half-day Seminar on Cyberlaw for African nations for UNESCO at the e-Learning African Summit in Mauritius on 27th September, 2017. 

Pavan Duggal spoke about the concept of Cyberlaw, its importance, existing Cyberlaw frameworks in Africa but also talked about how countries in Africa could learn from Indian cyberlaw experience.  He further highlighted the cutting-edge developments in technology that are taking place that need to be kept in mind by African nations.  He conducted a detailed session on specific strategies that need to be adopted by African nations while legislating their Cyberlaw frameworks.

This Special Seminar was aimed to sensitize the attendees and participants of the training programme about the discipline of Cyberlaw, the broad international trends in Cyberlaw jurisprudence in today’s scenario with regard to Universal access to information and the experience of Indian Cyberlaw, how Indian Cyberlaw has evolved in one of the most populist nations of the world having more than 1.3 billion people and further what lessons African nations can take from the Indian Cyberlaw experience and leapfrog into the next level of Cyberlaw jurisprudential growth.

More about the Workshop is available at http://www.elearning-africa.com/workshops/2017/workshop_m5.php 

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