Mauritius Internet Governance Forum 2020 will be hosted by Halley Movement coalition in about mid of the year in Mauritius. More information on call for abstracts, application form, scholarships and venue will be posted soon. If you are interested to attend, please send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) affecting Mauritius and the extension of the curfew order imposed by the Government of Mauritius, our office is closed.
However, our services, more particularly, our online helpline is operational during this period as far as possible. As at date, we have witnessed an increase in the number of contact made to our online helpline.
For more information on Covid-19 in Mauritius, please visit the official page which is www.covid19.mu
Halley Movement, which is an elected member of General Assembly of AU ECOSOCC together with H.H. Denise Kodhe, Presiding Officer of African Union ECOSOCC and representative of ANPRAS participated at the African Continental Free Trade Agreement in Mauritius in March 2020.
Halley Movement paid a courtesy visit to the acting President of the Republic of Mauritius on 17th March 2020 to discuss key issues affecting children in Mauritius. H.H Mr. Eddy Boissezon, acting President of the Republic of Mauritius promised to take the conversation and proposals to the relevant ministries. Halley Movement was accompanied with representative from Defence for Children International – Mauritius at State House, Le Reduit.
Mauritius Internet Governance Forum
Mauritius Internet Governance Forum 2019 (IGF) is a multi-stakeholder Forum that encourages dialogue between State and Non State actors on the importance of Internet Governance. Halley Movement has organised a similar Forum in 2017, 2018 and 2019 is the third edition of the Mauritius Internet Governance Forum.
The Mauritius Internet Governance Forum 2019 will be held on 26th of August 2019 in Mauritius. As in the previous years, the Mauritius IGF will see the participation of various international experts in the field of Internet Governance and Children’s Rights.
The theme for the Maurituis IGF 2019 is “Internet Governance: Impact of Internet on Online Child Sexual Exploitation” Speakers and participants will include representatives of civil society, ISPs, academia, media and private companies working in the field.
The call for abstract has now been closed.
In light of the 50th Independence Anniversary of Mauritius, Halley Movement is hosting a Free Legal Advocacy Day on Child Protection.
Participants will have the opportunity to meet directly with a team of lawyers and ask questions.
Date: Saturday 10th March 2018
Time: 09:00 t0 13:00
Venue: Halley Movement HQ
CALL TO BOOK YOUR TICKET TEL: 677 0451; 214 2451
Session 1: How Safe Are Our Children?
(a) Soft Skills For Safer Use Of Media
(b) Teaching Parents About Safety In The Community Through Internet
(c) The Services Of The CDU In The Context Of Online Violence
Session 2: Enhancing Digital Trust
(a) The Juxtaposition Of Parents & Government In Management Of Children’s Internet Usage
(b) Social Media & Its Impact On Our Youth
(c) The Impact Of Internet Governance On The Development Of Mauritian Enterprises
Session 3: Improving Experiences of Children on Internet
(a) Tourism And Travel Child Protection Code
(b) Opportunities For Children And Scientific Progress
(c) Alone On A Digital Highway: Highlighting The Needs For Digital Parenting In A Technological Aware Mauritian Society
Mauritius IGF: National Stakeholders’ Summit 2017
Halley Movement will be hosting the first Mauritius IGF: National Stakeholders’ Summit 2017 in Mauritius on November 16, 2017 at Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebene, Mauritius.
The main theme will be Enhancing Digital Trust to Encompass Online Child Safety.
Call for expression of interests: https://mauritius.intgovforum.org/content/events
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23 September 2017, Flacq, Mauritius
The event was hosted by Halley Movement and PAN-Mauritius Coalition and took place at Flacq in Mauritius.
It regrouped eighty leaders from different backgrounds. The launch ceremony witnessed the participation of one MLA and various other guests. The plenary session discussed themes pertaining to Internet & Child Trafficking and Good Digital Parenting, among others.
Leaders took back the resource materials in order to spread the message in their own communities.