Noha Fathy

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Country: Egypt
Email: nofathy [at]
LinkedIn: LinkedInIcon.png   Noha Fathy

Noha Fathy is an Independent Internet Governance consultant. She is currently leading a project, which maps and assesses Internet legislation, for Hivos’ Internet Governance for MENA programme. Prior to this Noha worked as Communication and Advocacy Officer for IGMENA where she contributed to designing and implementing activities endeavoured to raise the awareness of Arab netizens and engage them on the Internet Governance process, including capacity building, community dialogues and digital rights campaign.

Her work in IG began during her tenure at the Egyptian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology where she worked on a programme with the mandate of empowering youth through ICT. Within this programme, she contributed to building the capacity of youth and teenagers on IG related issues. She is an alumna of DiploFoundation, an ICANN Fellow and is also a member in ICANN Task Force on the Arabic Internationalized Domain Names.


Noha has a master degree in governance and politics from the University of Manchester and bachelor of political science from Cairo University.[1]