Microsoft announces 23 young ambassadors of digital civility for Middle East and Africa region.
Microsoft has selected 23 canidiates to represent the African and the Arab Council for Digital Good. These candidates are chosen from a pool of 750 applications recieved to become ambassadors of digital civility for their regions.
Microsoft’s Council for Digital Good is an initiative to involve teens in advancing digital civility and safer online interactions. Microsoft plans to assemble ambassadors from across the globe.
“Today, Microsoft is announcing the launch of its own African Council for Digital Good, as well as an Arab Council for Digital Good. After receiving more than 750 applications from across the Middle East and Africa, 23 candidates chosen to become ambassadors of digital civility for their region. Inaugural meetings will be held later this year.”
The ambasadors will help raise awareness of online digital safety. They will aslo offer their insights from other young people in their regions to industry experts, policymakers and etc..
Microsoft will make these ambassadors know to us later. We will do well to update you with these details.