The Africa ICT Policy Manual

The Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology at Strathmore Law School (CIPIT), the Sub Saharan Africa partner for the CYRILLA Collaborative, recently published “The Africa ICT Policy Manual.”

Central to CYRILLA is its digital rights database, which enables users to access digital rights legislation, cases, and analyses concerning human rights in digitally-networked spaces. This manual outlines CIPIT’s scope of work, benefits, and challenges faced in its development of the ICT Policy Africa database.

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