Lillian Nalwoga

Lillian Nalwoga, Programme Manager, The Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA)

Lillian Nalwoga is a technology researcher and advocate interested in the intersection between technology and human rights. She has over 10 years in Internet policy research and implementing ICT4D projects in Africa with active involvement in Internet governance debates at the local, regional and global level through her role as a coordinator of the Uganda and East African Internet Governance Forums.  Lillian holds a Masters in Digital Media and Society from Uppsala University, Sweden; a Bachelor’s degree in Development Studies (Makerere University, Uganda); and a Postgraduate Diploma in Management as well as advanced training in Internet studies. Lillian currently works as a Programmes Manager at the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) and founder and past President of the Internet Society Uganda Chapter.  She currently serves on the Global Network Initiative (GNI) Board; the Danish Institute for Human Rights Advisory Board for Digital transition and Human Rights project in Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Africa Union Commission (AUC) Policy and Regulatory Initiative for Digital Africa (PRIDA) Africa Union Technical Committee. She also served on the UN - Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) of the global Internet Governance Forum from 2012 – 2014. She’s specifically interested in digital Rights, eDemocracy, Child Online Safety, Internet Governance, ICT and Entrepreneurship, Technology and Innovation, Business management, e-government, ICT4D and Internet Policy.