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The state of ICT in Uganda

May 23rd, 2019|0 Comments

Policy paper No 8, Series No. 5 : After Access-The State of ICT in Uganda The report was prepared by Dr Alison Gillwald and Dr Mothobi with Dr. Tusubira and Ali Ndiwalana. In line with global commitments to improve [...]

SADC Parliamentary Forum presentation

May 22nd, 2019|0 Comments

On Wednesday, 22 May, Alison Gillwald, Enrico Calandro and Anri van der Spuy presented policy options for the digital economy to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Parliamentary Forum (PF) meeting in Johannesburg. The two-hour session covered a [...]

How should we let the Christchurch Call ricochet in Africa?

May 21st, 2019|0 Comments

Photo credit: Anri van der Spuy Blog by Anri van Der Spuy.  Two months ago in Christchurch, New Zealand, a white-supremacist entered a mosque wielding two sets of weapons. With the one, he shot and killed [...]


How Ordinary People Got Connected

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After Access:Assessing digital inequality in Africa policy series

After Access-Assessing digital inequality in Africa policy paper series 5 now available. The policy series covers country reports from South Africa and Nigeria as well as thematic papers on youth and micro-work.

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After Access: State of ICT in South Africa podcast

The State of ICT in South Africa: What are the issues of concern for South Africa in addressing digital inequality?Dr Alison Gillwald answers this as she chats to TechCentra’s Duncan McLeod.

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After Access data website

AfterAccess is a catalyst for positive change: A comprehensive body of research that includes nationally-representative, demand-side data comparable across more than 16 developing countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa.
Website- www.afteraccess.net

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