#IFF2017: Call for Volunteers for Internet Freedom Forum 2017

By November 17, 2016ICT Policy, Internet Freedom

On April 25-27 2017, Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN) will host the annual Internet Freedom Forum (IFF) in Lagos, Nigeria. Internet Freedom Forum is a global platform for discussions and engagements around various topical issues touching on Internet Freedom with particular focus on the African continent. To this end, PIN is calling on volunteers to work in ad hoc capacity to support the #IFF2017 planning team in delivering a global and highly engaging event in April 2017.

Volunteers will be required to work in the following areas:

  1. Logistics
  2. Media/Publicity
  3. Protocols and Ushering

IFF2016 Day2 (38)

As a volunteer, you will be exposed to various skills such as logistics, reporting, planning, and various event management skills. Also, you will get a chance to interact and network with key Internet Freedom stakeholders from all over Africa in the course of your volunteering experience. We seek volunteers for these two tracks:

  1. 3-month Volunteering Stint from February through April 2017, to work with the team at the final stages of planning;
  2. 4-day Volunteering Stint, to work as protocol/logistics personnel for the event.

If you are interested in volunteering for #IFF2017 please write to iff(@)pinigeria.org on or before December 9, 2016. Please use “IFF2017 Volunteering Stint” as your eMail subject, and kindly specify which track you are interested in.