Malta Commonwealth Third Country Training Programme - Legal Frameworks for ICTs
News, 11th January 2012
by Lara Pace
The Commonwealth Secretariat and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Malta, is pleased to announce another of the six training courses taking place under the Malta Commonwealth Third Country Training Programme. The Course aims to:
- Sensitise policy-makers and senior public service managers to a comprehensive range of legislative and regulatory issues that need to be addressed to facilitate the mainstreaming of ICTs into socieconomic development;
- Illustrate different approaches taken and experience learned through the adoption of various model laws and regulatory mecchanisms;
- Provide a roadmap and tool set for the systematic enactment of a comprehensive and mature Cyberlaw Framework;
- Provide an understanding of emergin issues and contemporary international dialogue on issues such as Broadcasting and Interconnectino, Internet Governance, Cybercrime and Jurisdiction.
The Course is organised by the COMNET Foundation for ICT development and is held in Malta. Course dates are from the 11th – 16th of June 2012. Applicants must be nominated by their employing department/ministry/organisation, and should be duly endorsed by their Commonwealth Point of Contact.
Application deadline is the 3rd of March, 2012.