New technologies and the threat to sovereignty in Africa

New technologies and the threat to sovereignty in Africa




   

Molly Kane

Molly Kane is deputy director of the ETC Group. She joined the ETC Group in June 2009 with over thirty years experience in community and organizational development, policy analysis and advocacy on issues of social justice and international co-operation. She was the Executive Director of the Canadian international social justice organization, Inter Pares, from 1996 to 2009.

In 2005-2006, while on leave from Inter Pares, Molly carried out research and taught as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Global Development Studies at Queen's University (Kingston, Canada).

Molly also serves on the Board of Directors of ACORD (Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development) a Nairobi-based NGO working for social justice and development in over fifteen African countries.


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Nouvelles technologies en Afrique :
une menace pour la souveraineté
Diana Bronson, Gareth Jones, Molly Kane, John Blessing Karumbidza, Anne Maina, Firoze Manji, Mariam Mayet, Pat Mooney, Oduo Ongwen, Silvia Ribeiro, Khadija Sharife, Jim Thomas, Kathy Jo Wetter





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