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LAGOS—Nigeria, February 2022/ — Paradigm Initiative (PIN) (www.Paradigmhq.org), a Pan-African social enterprise is set to host a series of digital rights advocacy sessions dubbed Digi-Talks with Focus across 10 African countries using its short film Focus (https://bit.ly/3GHAZlu), a visual representation of its 2020 annual report LONDA (https://bit.ly/3uE7sXt) that highlights digital rights and inclusion infractions in 20 African countries.

The Digi-Talks with Focus will run between February 15th and March 7th, 2022, in Cameroon, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Ghana, Tanzania, and Zambia.

It will feature the screening of Focus (https://bit.ly/3GJ0XFt), a look at the findings of the Londa report, an open conversation on the state of digital rights and inclusion, questions and answers, and debates aimed at enhancing digital rights in all the host countries.

PIN will convene these sessions with local partners in each country bringing together diverse audiences over half a day. The sessions will also provide opportunities for engaging conversations and to make key recommendations to enhance digital rights on the continent.

To enhance digital rights and combat online violations in Africa, PIN will be presenting its tools of impact such as Ripoti.

Africa (https://bit.ly/3uH6YzP) a platform that enables online users to report digital rights violations in Africa including breaches of online privacy, and Ayeta.Africa (https://bit.ly/3Bc9y22) a toolkit for African digital rights actors aimed at addressing the growing need to safeguard activists, journalists, whistle-blowers, and others working with sensitive information in the global South.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Paradigm Initiative.

About Paradigm Initiative:
Paradigm Initiative is a Pan-African social enterprise that works to connect underserved young Africans with digital opportunities and ensures the protection of their rights.

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Across our regional offices in Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and beyond, we work to connect underserved African youth with improved livelihoods through our digital inclusion and digital rights programs.

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