This project, proposed by Protege QV during our 2015-2016 grant cycle, aims to promote the African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms in a fun and interactive way during Software Freedom Day in Cameroon (September 2015). During the event, Protege QV will organize a live-action quiz, with 12 separate stages that each correspond to one of the declaration’s principles. Participants will need to learn about their rights in order to move from stage to stage and “solve” the puzzle.
This project is being created in open formats, allowing for reproduction across Africa and beyond.
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