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How Technology Impacted Ghana’s Elections

On December 7, 2016, Ghana passed yet another democratic test when it conducted what has been described as the best organized general elections in the country’s history. The elections was to choose a new President and 275 members of parliament. From the tech-based systems deployed by some media houses that enabled their collation and projections...

The Rising Voices – NewsFrames Initiative is Hiring a Community Lead

Global Voices (GV) seeks a NewsFrames – Rising Voices Community Lead to coordinate a new series of GV stories related to the representation of marginalized communities in media coverage.

Data Innovation Mini Grants: Results and lessons learned after one year

Author: 
Andrew Thornley and Derval Usher
*Andrew Thornley works fo

Are Messaging Apps and Emoji-Driven M&E a Game-Changing Innovation?

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Sekoetlane Phamodi, APC’s new Africa policy coordinator: “Women are holding knives by their blades”

13 January 2017
(APC for APCNews)

African internet rights are at the core of APC’s work and will take another step forward with our new Africa policy reg

Burkina Faso’s digital ambition: transforming through eGovernment and digital platforms

Burkina Faso has embarked on a journey to put public data infrastructure at the heart of social and economic development. But what does this mean?

How low can South Africa go in 2017?

Some analysts say all the way to junk (but there’s some good news)
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