Cecilia Maundu · Oktoba, 2022

Cecilia Maundu is a broadcast journalist, a digital rights researcher and a digital security trainer. She works at the intersection of journalism, technology and human rights, with a focus on countering online abuse against women journalists while protecting freedom of expression online. She is also a podcaster. She has a podcast called “Digital Dada Podcast.” “Digital Dada” is a podcast focused on online violence against women and digital security. It aims to change the narrative and perceptions that online violence is not “real violence.” Through conversations with women journalists and leaders across the globe who have been victims of this kind of violence. The podcast steers conversation from online gender-based violence to digital security. The podcast aims to cultivate in the citizenry of the world, a culture of digital security and encourage healthy conversations online for the advancement of a safer and a feminist internet.”

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Kwa nini Kiswahili hakijawa lugha inayounganisha Afrika?

  14 Oktoba 2022

Ushawishi wa kigeni pia huenda ukatatiza “kukubalika” kwa Kiswahili. Afrika kwa sasa inategemea pakubwa China kwa msaada wa kifedha. Na kwa upande wake, China inatumia nafasi hiyo, kupenyeza lugha ya Mandarin katika nchi nyingi za Afrika, ambazo ni pamoja na Kenya.

nafasi ya Cecilia Maundu

Cecilia Maundu is a broadcast journalist, a digital rights researcher and a digital security trainer. She works at the intersection of journalism, technology and human rights, with a focus on countering online abuse against women journalists while protecting freedom of expression online. She is also a podcaster. She has a podcast called “Digital Dada Podcast.” “Digital Dada” is a podcast focused on online violence against women and digital security. It aims to change the narrative and perceptions that online violence is not “real violence.” Through conversations with women journalists and leaders across the globe who have been victims of this kind of violence. The podcast steers conversation from online gender-based violence to digital security. The podcast aims to cultivate in the citizenry of the world, a culture of digital security and encourage healthy conversations online for the advancement of a safer and a feminist internet.”