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Workshop participants engage in discussion at the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) headquarters in Addis Ababa

One of the working groups from the workshop debates issues around Communication Rights for Africa in the Information Society

Emmanuel Njenga, APC Africa ICT Policy Monitor Project Coordinator and Vanessa Purper, APC Logistics Coordinator prepare for the event at the UNECA headquarters

Participants from civil society organisations throughout Africa take a breather from the workshop outside the UNECA building

The Hafkin Prize Award 2002

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Thursday 7 November 2002

Winner:
Schoolnet Namibia


Participants and local entertainers celebrate the award with traditional music and dancing

Joris Komen from Schoolnet Namibia accepts the 2002 Hafkin Prize with a call for civil society organisations to endorse open source for Africa.

Zane Ibrahim from Bush Radio looks on as Hafkin Prize recipient, Joris Komen from Schoolnet Namibia gives a thumbs up to the Hafkin Prize Award

Joris Komen, Schoolnet Namibia, Ewan McPhie, Bridges.org and Peter Benjamin, APC share a few laughs at the Hafkin Prize Award Dinner


Aida Opoku-Mensah from UNECA congratulates Joris Komen who accepted the Hafkin Prize on behalf of Schoolnet Namibia

Ewan McPhie, Policy Director of Bridges.org enjoys the traditional Ethiopian fare at the Hafkin Prize Award Dinner

From left: Salamatu Jibril,
from the Women Farmers Advancement Network (WOFAN), Nigeria and
Brenda Burrell from Kubutana.net, also a Hafkin Prize finalist, share stories at the Hafkin Prize Award Dinner

The audience wait in line for the delicious offerings at the Hafkin Prize Award Dinner at a local restaurant in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia