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23 February 2016

The Internet Society and African Union Commission Survey on African ICT Policy Makers

The African Regional Bureau of Internet Society and the African Union Commission (AUC) have conducted a survey on African ICT Policymakers, during the 1st ordinary meeting of the Specialized Technical Committee (STC) on Communication and ICT of the African Union in September 2015.

Focusing on African Policymakers priorities on Information and Communication Technologies and Internet issues, the survey mainly aims at identifying African Policymakers’ key issues of interest as well as recognizing their main concerns and topics of discussions.

While bringing more understanding of ICT and Internet policy issues in Africa, this report provides an overview of the survey’s key findings, which are believed, will help the Internet Society and the African Union as well as other actors to target their efforts towards the need of the policy makers.

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