Dr Sharath Srinivasan, Director of the Centre for Governance and Human Rights spoke about the launch of the Africa's Voices Foundation at the inaugural Cambridge-Africa day on 30th October 2014.
Africa’s Voices started as a twelve-month pilot project harnessing the reach of radio and the spread of mobile phone use to gather citizens’ opinion on governance and development issues. A ground tested collaborative platform sustained by local radio stations, Africa’s Voices aims to inform African leaders, NGOs and the wider policy and research communities, strengthening citizen participation in public affairs across the continent.
The Cambridge-Africa Programme is a working partnership between the University of Cambridge and several African universities and institutes, which supports the training of African doctoral and post-doctoral researchers.
The video of Dr Srinivasan's talk is below; you can view videos of the other presentations from the event here.
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