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Impetuous policies increasing digital divide In Uganda: Social media tax

July 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

By Onkokame Mothobi and Chenai Chair. The Ugandan government seems to be moving in a policy direction that stifles uptake of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services. In a move to curb ‘gossip’ on social media platforms, all Internet [...]

Alternative Policy and Regulatory Strategies for Developing Countries in the Digital Economy

July 13th, 2018|0 Comments

Registration Deadline: 17 August 2018Download the programme schedule here6th September 2018 Seminar 1: ICT indicators, measurement & evidenceDo you know where you stand in relation to Sustainable Development Goals ICT targets?Do you have the data to report to your [...]

ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries

June 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Deadline extended until 30 July 2018! The second special issue of the ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries welcomes academic papers that offer insight into the increasing sophistication of techniques used to exchange and understand data, while also exploring how data can [...]


How Ordinary People Got Connected

This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device. Multi-touch books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device. Interactive features may work best on an iOS device.

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Vacancy: Research Manager

We are looking for  Research Manager to join our research team! Key responsibilities include research management and leadership, research and analysis and communications. Check out out vacancies page.

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RIA at 38th session of the Human Rights Council

Chenai Chair joined as a panelist at the 38th Human Rights Council meeting focused Advancing women’s rights in the economic sphere through  (ICTs) on the 22nd of June 2018. View full video here.

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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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