The focus of this year’s international technique and internet conference re:publica in Berlin lay on the innovative strength of the African continent. Internet activist and blogger Erik Hersman showed impressively what enormous potential can flourish in Africa and that emergencies sometimes generate the best results.
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Video KAS E-lection Bridge Africa 2013
Insights into the Conference
Take a look at the video report of this year’s E-lection Bridge Conference, which was held in Windhoek, Namibia. It contains exclusive insights into KAS Media Africa's signature annual event, as well as statements from several participants and speakers...
E-lection Bridge 2013 in Namibia
Even in African politics there are electoral campaigns that are ambitiously conducted with the resources of modern political communication. At this year’s E-lection Bridge in Namibia, communication experts discussed both the newest trends and old challenges.
to the KAS Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa! A free and independent media is crucial for democracy. So, we are committed in the region to a diverse media landscape, the monitoring role of journalism, as well as ethically-based political communication, with particular attention paid to digitalisation.
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E-lection Bridge 2013 in Windhoek
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