Article 19 Eastern Africa highlighted the work it has done over the last year done to protect the right to information. Details here KICTANet was part of panel that discussed "Open Governance and Access to Information".
The report entitled State of Internet Freedom in Africa 2022: The Rise of Biometric Surveillance. The report highlights emerging and current trends in biometric data collection and processing technology -based programs in 16 African Countries
Ms Grace Githaiga, CEO & convenor of KICATNet was on a panel on 'Cyber Security in Electoral Processes'. She shared Kenya's experience during the 2022 General Elections. The aim of the conference was to work together on drawing up joint innovative answers to foster strong and resilient democracies.
including how to spot phishing emails, social engineering attempts, and other cyber-attacks. Wuarola from CC-Hub/I-Hub was one of the speakers.
We are excited to announce our session at #FIFAFrica22. We are hosting a session on, “Advancing Digital Safety and other Protections for Children in Africa” with @mncrd and @IMEC_official.— African Internet Rights Alliance (AIRA) (@aira_africa) September 20, 2022
🗓️: 28th September
⏲️: 13.30 EAT/11.30WAT/12.30SAST/06.00EST
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