The group Initiatives Citoyennes has launched a web site that will cover internet topics, telecoms regulation and other related subjects. It will also host a discussion forum and mailing list.
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Bulletin d'Analyse sur les Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication. Lettre d'information électronique mensuelle publiée par OSIRIS l'Observatoire sur les Systèmes d'Information, les Réseaux et les Inforoutes au Sénégal.

The Organisation Nationale des Droits de l’Homme (ONDH) organized a highly successful conference on the implementation of the Rome Statute into Senegalese law on October 23-26, 2001. This conference was organized in collaboration with the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (LCHR) and the Fédération Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (FIDH) and took place with the support of the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Canada and the assistance of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Final Report more

At the recent conference on implementation of the Rome Statute for the International
Criminal Court in Dakar, Senegal, participants called upon the government of Senegal, which was the first country to ratify the Rome Statute on February 2, 1999, to be among the first countries to adopt implementing legislation of the Rome Statute.

More and more Senegalese women are using the New Information and Communication Technologies to fight for equal rights and gender equality.