Data governance remains a difficult concept to unpack even as efforts to understand what good data governance looks like have recently multiplied across the world. CSEA is leading a number of research activities aimed at clarifying what data governance means for the continent and what should be done to set up governance frameworks in African countries. These include a recent event on African data governance (recording available here), a project and subsequent report on Strengthening Data Governance in Africa, and the African Digital Preparedness dashboard.
October 11, 2021
Avoiding extremes in data governance: an Interview with Adedeji Adeniran
The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), Ghana hosted a 3-day sub-regional workshop of the West Africa Think Tank Initiative (WATTI) Network on September 14-16, 2015, Accra, Ghana. The theme of the
Despite its economic growth rate of about 7% over five years, Nigeria, one of Africas largest economies, faces the challenge of translating growth into poverty reduction and reduced social inequality