The Open Institute and Amnesty continue to lead the push for the championing of Data Protection and Data Rights in Kenya and beyond. Launching two reports resulting from studies on…
We've launched a new report!
As we continue the push for the championing of Data Protection and Data Rights in Kenya and beyond, we are excited to officially launch our report: “A Study on National and Sub-National Data Practices in Kenya – Gaps and Opportunities”.
This report is based on a study we undertook in 5 counties on data protection and access to information laws and policy at the national and sub-national levels in Kenya. The aim of the task was to understand actual practices (and policies) on the ground when it comes to exercising the rights, responsibilities and opportunities contained in the Kenya Data Protection Act of 2019.
We envision a future with an open society that is managed by informed, fact-driven citizens.
This society features a responsive and accountable government that delivers the services its citizens need at the level of service they deserve.It includes active non-state actors who play an active role in educating citizens on their role as responsible and active citizens safeguarding democracy and development.
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