Wednesday, November 10, 2021

We Are Expanding Our Team...


The #DearGovernments Organization (DearGovs) is a Youth-led Intervention against the rising tides of regulatory impropriety by governments around the World that continue to apply the force of regulation and legislation in ways that threaten the sustainable growth and development of the Internet. The Organization is coordinated entirely remotely, and run entirely by Youth volunteers based across five (5) Continents - Africa, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, North America, and Latin America & the Caribbean. You can learn more about the Organization and her work here.

Monday, July 5, 2021

Innocent Adriko joins the DearGovs Team...

 


We are delighted to welcome Innocent Adriko to the #DearGovernments Organization as the Vice President for Advocacy. Innocent brings several years of experience doing impactful advocacy in the areas of Digital Rights, Digital Inclusion, Internet Freedom, and Internet Governance.

We are glad to have you on the Team, Inno...

Monday, May 24, 2021

Webinar: Internet Impact Assessment of Nigeria’s proposed Social Media Bill...


Since December 2020, the Internet Society (ISOC), in collaboration with the #DearGovernments Organization (DearGovs) have collaborated on a multi-phased project that aims to assess the impact on the functioning of the global Internet and digital rights of certain Internet-related government regulations drawn from various countries. This Project is the product of a synergy between the Regulatory Observatory Division of DearGovs, and ISOC’s “Internet Way of Networking (IWN)” Action Plan for the Year 2020.

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Join Us at #MozFest 2021

We are pleased to be attending the Mozilla Festival (MozFest) this year... MozFest brings together over 3000 artists, activists, technologists, researchers, advocates, students, and journalists drawn from over 82 countries, and across the global Internet Health Movement, to discuss contemporary issues, challenges, and prospects for a better and healthier Internet...