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Grace Mutung’u researches on ICT policy in Kenya and Africa, with specialisation in digital rights, governance, development and digitalisation.

She has been involved in ICT policy development processes over the past 10 years. Grace was a 2017 Open Technology Fund Senior fellow studying information controls at election times in East Africa.

She is a curator on Sub-Saharan Afria internet governance issues at the Geneva Internet Platform and an affiliate at the Kenya ICT Action Network (@KICTANet) where she carries out policy and legal analysis.


Publications

Monday, Aug 14, 2017

Perspectives on Harmful Speech Online

This collection of short essays and opinion pieces on harmful speech online covers a broad spectrum of thought and ideas from the Berkman Klein community. More


Events

Oct 4, 2017 @ 12:00 PM

Did Fake News Save Kenya from an Internet Shutdown? Emerging Trends in Tech and Elections in Africa​

featuring Grace Mutung'u, the 2016/17 OTF Information Controls Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center

Technology and elections and the politics of technology​. How use of technology in Kenyan elections is shaping Internet freedom in Africa. More