Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics

This week we're joined by writer, humanitarian advocate and political analyst Nanjala Nyabola. Her book, Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics explores how the internet era is transforming politics in Kenya. We talk about the country's evolving landscape online, what constitutes digital colonialism, and the impact social media is having on Kenya's feminist movement.


If you enjoy the part on digital identity, we think you'll love another podcast we've been worked on called Inside Good ID, exploring the future of digital identity with a range of global experts. It's part of the Good ID project and is available wherever you listen to podcasts. Do have a listen!

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