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Does the world wide web’s 30th anniversary give us cause for celebration or commemoration?

March 12th, 2019|0 Comments

Does the world wide web’s 30th anniversary give us cause for celebration or commemoration? And can it be called 'world wide web' if  the internet is only available to 50% of the world? Today, the World Wide Web [...]

Public lecture series: What is data justice for (South) Africa, and who gets to decide?

February 26th, 2019|0 Comments

Nelson Mandela Public lecture series Name of speaker: Assoc. Prof. Linnet Taylor with Gabriella Razzano. Title of seminar: What is data justice for (South) Africa, and who gets to decide? 5 March 2018 Linkoping House, 27 Burg Road, Rondebosch [...]

Steps and Issues of Privatization of the Telecom Sector in Ethiopia – በሚል በዶ/ር ሊሻን አዳምና ዶ/ር አሊሰን ጊልዋልድከተፃፈው የተወሰደ)ዋናውን ሪፖርት

February 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Authors: Dr. Lishan Adam with Henock Fantahun and Dr Onkokame  Mothobi After Access series Editor: Dr. Alison Gillwald Contact: lishan@ictfd.net and agillwald@researchictafrica.net The announcement of the privatisation of Ethio Telecom has generated much interest and have improved the prospects of a [...]

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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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