Episode 3 | The State of Global Digital Rights: Data Collective to Policy Creation

August 9, 2023
Development Gateway
Thought Leadership, Uncategorized
Data...for What?!
Data...for What?!
Episode 3 | The State of Global Digital Rights: Data Collective to Policy Creation
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In episode 3, Beverley Hatcher-Mbu and special guest Irene Mwendwa, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Feminist Movement Building Program at Pollicy, discuss digital rights in non-Western contexts. Among other topics, they explore collective data rights (rather than individual) and policy creation in response to these rights. 

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 Special thanks to Mark Hatcher for our theme music. You can find Mark on social media at @markdhatcher. 

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