Information and Communication Technology (ICTs) play a fundamental role in enhancing democracy around the world. They enable advocates to create social platforms through which to mobilize, build campaigns, raise awareness, promote transparency, and hold governments accountable. Nevertheless, many people in different regions experience difficulties accessing these platforms.
To learn more about the role of ICTs in enhancing policy reforms and movement building in Africa, you can explore resources identifed by Hurford Youth Fellow Ateki Seta Caxton. Find the resources here.