The Internet Society (ISOC) Afghanistan is holding national Internet Governance Forum of Afghanistan (IGFA), between March 28 and March 30, 2017, in Kabul. IGFA is the first-ever national event that is addressing key Internet Governance issues, such as: Access, Diversity and Freedom of Expression; Quality of Service and Pricing; Cyber Security; Local Technologies and Digital Trade; Privacy and Ethics; Youth and Gender; and Emerging Issues.
We are seeking a volunteer force and interns to join us to organize a remarkable event in our first year of the IGFA. Volunteering with IGFA is a highly recognized role and exciting learning, networking and exposure opportunity for students and young professionals with an opportunity to enhance experiences, be recognized globally and helping Afghanistan create a forward looking policies and strategies for a robust Internet.
Interested in Joining?
If you are interested in joining one of our teams as a volunteer, please fill out our Volunteer/ Intern Registration Form at: http://igf.af/volunteer.
What Can I do as a Volunteer or Intern?
You can join one of our teams listed below and contribute to the work they do. The online application form asks specific questions about ways and skills you can contribute:
headed by Nasrat Khalid. The team is responsible to taking care of various communications and promotion needs of the IGFA, such as taking care of the social media accounts, emails, phone communications, design and dissemination of promotional material, media relations, promoting a corporate image of the IGFA etc.
headed by Wais Payab. The team is responsible for the event planning, logistics, catering, venue, design and decoration, remote participation, budgeting, preparing invitee list, registration desk, coordination with security coordination etc.
headed by Shabana Mansoory, The team is responsible for building partnerships, communicating with potential partners (e.g. with other businesses, organizations), creating partnership proposals, arranging partnership agreements etc.
headed by Qudratullah Hiwadpal. The primary role the team plays is to design the IGFA program/ agenda, make calls for speakers/ workshops, coach potential speakers/ workshop organizers, review proposals, and make selection.
The team is responsible for writing reports of the IGFA, its workshops, proceedings, transcript, highlights and achievements.
headed by Ghayoor Bawary. The team is responsible for identifying, coaching, developing and assigning volunteers for various roles within the IGFA team.
Have a Questions?
If you have questions or need more information, contact our Volunteer Manager, Ghayoor Bawary, at: