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#FIFAfrica19 Main Event 
The Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa (#FIFAfrica19) kicked off yesterday with a series of pre-sessions. Tomorrow we launch into an even wider diversity of sessions, exhibitions, workshops and presentations which explore the multitudes of issues that shape internet access and use in the continent. 

Over the next two days we look forward to an assortment of in-depth knowledge and experience sharing crucial to shaping the role of the internet and related technologies in positively shaping an inclusive social, economic and political scene in Africa.

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We look forward to seeing you at #FIFAfrica19 in person and online. We encourage you to share your thoughts on  internet freedom with us and the wider community online. Please use the hashtags #FIFAfrica19 and #InternetFreedomAfrica.  


Code of Conduct
Interactions at FIFAfrica include many different opinions and experiences hence it is essential to uphold respect and ensure comfortable participation for all attendees, staff and support personnel. Attendees of the Forum must follow the Code of conduct which covers the main Forum events and all Forum-related social events such as parties, gatherings at restaurants, bars and hotels. It also covers the conduct of participants on online platforms during the Forum. The Code of conduct is aimed at building a community that is free from intimidation, discrimination, or hostility by upholding dignity, decency, and respect among participants.

Please read the #FIFAfrica Code of Conduct.
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