The Sousveillance Project will document the supply chain of digital technologies from the global North used for illegal surveillance in Africa and produce evidence to hold accountable the companies that benefit from violating citizens’ rights.
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This research will review how surveillance is legally defined, limited, and subject to oversight in six African countries: Nigeria, Senegal, Egypt, Sudan, Kenya and South Africa.
From patients accessing health services through telemedicine to school children only being able to attend classes through remote...
Latest workLiving in a digital society – but at what cost?
Many countries in Africa are experiencing a closing of civic space. This network brings together activists, analysts and researchers from seven African countries.
This desk research, conducted by IDS over 6 months, worked to increase the understanding of the long-term changing nature of work and the impact on the Global South, including labour markets, employment models and understandings of work but also the impact on society itself.
Young people in Sierra Leone and Liberia are faced by a challenging digital environment if they want to benefit from the livelihood opportunities offered by mobile phones
Research for the Malala Fund ‘Full Force’ report: In the face of rapid technological change, how do we provide girls in low and middle-income countries with the digital skills, attitudes and abilities to thrive in the future labour market?
New research from the IDS Digital and Technology Cluster carried out for the Digital Impact Alliance explores the experiences of...
A globally networked learning alliance that aims to actively identify, operationalise and promote rigorous evidence-based approaches to adaptive management.
This six month collaboration between the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's InnovationXchange (iXc) and the Digital and Technology cluster will strengthen DFAT’s capability to appropriately use technology to more effectively deliver aid outcomes, building on its existing expertise and experience.