Each month, more than half a billion Africans access the internet – this is more than all the internet users in North America and the Middle East combined – and that number continues to grow. As the internet and digital technology become more and more integrated into all aspects of life, governance, and the economy in Africa, the inequalities and challenges we face online are reflected offline. We face new challenges to our human rights in the digital context – including unequal access, censorship and violence online. We must work.
CcHub/I-Hub is hosting the last teacher's lounge Fireside Chat of the year, where participants will learn the art of budgeting, setting financial goals, investing, and increasing their cash flow from multiple streams.
Date: 23rd November
This study aims to understand the experiences of digital creatives in Kampala, Uganda, through a gendered lens. There is a large gap in the availability of data and knowledge on the digital creative industry in Uganda and this paper aims to address some of these blindspots.
The special Amnesty Kenya at 10 news-letter celebrates the contribution and resilience of students, workers, journalists, business owners, lawyers, doctors, members, supporters, staff, Board, and Kenyans from all walks of life who have stood with Amnesty Kenya over the past decade.
🗣️🗣️We are excited about the #AIRATalks! The sixth and final #AIRATalks this year will discuss Tech Sector Accountability for Digital Rights. Join us!— African Internet Rights Alliance (AIRA) (@aira_africa) October 20, 2022
🗓️: 26th October
⏲️: 16.00 EAT/14.00WAT/15.00SAST/09.00EST
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