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Sylvia Kanari
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Sylvia Kanari 6h
Replying to @bswitaba @ICANN and 18 others
Thanks for sharing.
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Gordana Biernat 20h
The purpose of all relationships and conversations is not to win or lose, but to expand in your consciousness and learn something new about yourself.
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Nanjira May 22
“We can’t think of our continent as a hostile place.Too many of us have learnt to fear it. I feel that if you trust it, engage with it and be involved with it in conversations of building, as adventurers, this continent will start to sing to us again.”🙏🏾
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Gordana Biernat May 21
What others think of you is not your business. We create our our reality with what we believe to be true about it. Other people’s truths doesn’t necessarily need to be your truths. What others think of you is based on their belief systems not on yours.
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#FreeStellaNyanzi May 20
Allow children to grow up questioning. Encourage questions. Answer them when you can, including with I don't know. Encourage them to look for their own answers where possible. Finally, teach children to ask for what they want.
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African School on Internet Governance May 21
Have you taken a look at the draft Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression in Africa? Public consultation is open till 1 July. Contribute! Follow link : - with
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Dr. Roselyn Akombe May 17
...and the race to control Big Data and sell it to the highest corporate bidder continues...
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Sylvia Kanari May 18
You know you are family. We've allocated your parcel of land.
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Sylvia Kanari May 18
So true. There's no space to question "authority". It's a narrative that was drilled in our minds through our school systems, we only raised our hands in class to answer not ask questions and validate the teachers "omniscience". Questioning authority is seen as rebellion.
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Sylvia Kanari May 17
We don't appreciate our own 😔
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Harambee May 17
The government needed to register +1 million people every single day over the 45 day schedule. If the huduma agents worked between 8am-5pm, that would 111,111 people being registered per hour. Honestly speaking, does the government have this capacity or organization?
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Open Technology Fund May 16
Just added one more open application window to this list of current funding opportunities: 's Africa Digital Rights Fund is accepting submissions and has a deadline of May 31st!
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Kimathi Githachuri May 15
What's for when we already have an ID? - NHIF linked to ID - Passport & DL linked to ID - Tax linked to ID - Assets linked to ID - Marriage linked to ID - Voting linked to ID - Parents & Children linked to ID - Bank & MPESA linked to ID - Phone linked to ID
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Sylvia Kanari May 17
The tax collection craze continues. Can we see the evidence on the income generated from online content creators? They are chasing after the wrong people.
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Sylvia Kanari May 16
I see the huduma number making it to this list of abandoned projects that have cost tax payers billions 😤
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Sylvia Kanari May 16
I love history, I especially live unconventional history.
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Barnabas Piper May 13
Dads, when you watch your kids you’re parenting, not babysitting. When you care for your kids for an extended period of time without their mom’s help you don’t deserve extra credit; that’s also just parenting.
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Sylvia Kanari May 15
Very interesting. The struggles of understanding and implementing this new curriculum are real for both parents and teachers.
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Son of Baldwin May 15
You know that you have value even if you don't have a formal education, right? You know that education comes in many forms and not having a formal one doesn't mean you are less worthy than people who do have a formal one (despite what some of them might say), right? Good. :)
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Paradigm Initiative May 14
Do you want to join the cadre of Internet Governance Leaders in Africa? Send in your applications to the 7th African School on Internet Governance before June 1 2019
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