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AFRINIC Community Code of Conduct has been published

18 May 2016We are pleased to invite you to read the AFRINIC code of conduct for its community which aims to ensure respectful behaviours at AFRINIC Meetings, AIS Meetings and on AFRINIC mailing lists.

AFRINIC Community Code of Conduct

AFRINIC Meetings, Africa Internet Summit (AIS) Meetings and the AFRINIC mailing lists are intended for information dissemination, discussion and knowledge-share. The AFRINIC community is a collaborative environment in which people from many different backgrounds and cultures work together for the good of the African and global Internet. Those who participate in AFRINIC and AIS Meetings, either in person or remotely, or on the AFRINIC mailing lists are expected to behave professionally and respectfully at all times. Harassment, intimidating or offensive behaviour will not be tolerated.

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AFRINIC-24 Fellowship Winners

04 May 2016 AFRINIC is pleased to announce that the AFRINIC-24 fellowship selection process is now complete and the following applicants have been selected to receive a fellowship to attend AFRINIC-24, being held from 4 to 10 June 2016 in Gaborone, Botswana :

  • Enock Sthembiso Xhakaza from South Africa
  • Arbogast Ishemo Fabian from Tanzania
  • Akal, Tigabu Dagne from Ethiopia
  • Folly Ekue Farell from Benin
  • Goma Serge-Parfait from Congo-Brazzaville
  • Abakar Kerima Saleh from Chad
  • Alkhansa Abdalla from Sudan
  • Anissa Bhar from Tunisia

Congratulations to you all and we look forward to collaborating with you on Internet development initiatives in the African region.

For more information about the AFRINIC Fellowship program please visit:


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