Oratile Slave

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Organization: Attorney General's Chambers
Affiliation: Fellowship Program
Stakeholder Group(s): End User
Government/Inter-Governmental Organization
Private Sector - General Business/Legal
Region: Africa
Country: Botswana
Email: ratieslave@gmail.com
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Oratile Slave is an attorney employed by the Attorney General's Chambers of the Republic of Botswana in the International and Commercial Division. She negotiates and drafts International and Commercial Agreements which the Government is party to and gives legal advice on the same. She represents Government on various Technical Advisory Commitees including the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on the .bw Domain Name which is housed by the Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA).She advises the TAC on issues of policy development and management. She is also a member of various professional societies. These include the Botswana Information Technology Society.

ICANN and Internet Governance Participation

My involvement with the ICANN and Internet Governance space began with the London ICANN 50 Public International Meeting in 2014, Singapore ICANN 52 Public International Meeting Fellowship Programme in 2015 and the 2017 ICANN Policy meeting that took place in Johannesburg, South Africa. Back home, Slave is involved with Botswana Information Society (BITS) on Public Awareness outreach in ICT and Law.

Education

University of Botswana (2005-2010), LLB University of South Africa ( current), Master's Degree in Commercial Law

Awards

  • Singapore ICANN 52nd Public International Meeting Fellowship Award, 2015
  • United Nations Regional Course in International Law Fellowship Award, 2016
  • 52nd Session of the United Nations International Law Commission Seminar Fellowship Award, 2016
  • Phenomenal African Woman Foundation Interview Award Recipient (in line with Agenda 2063 of the AU), 2016