Written By Alessia Nana Ababio

Global digitalisation and technological innovation are continuously revolutionising how we communicate, work and study. However, the Internet, one of the most empowering technologies the world has ever seen, is not equally accessible to women, and the gender divide risks driving further inequalities. African women in particular are under-represented in the digital economy; a reality that threatens to further economically dis-empower and entrench their gender-inequality.

The panel on “Bridging the digital gender divide — Insights from academia” at the CODE online forum, moderated by Dr Winfred Onyas (University of Leicester/Principal Investigator, CODE), convened three academic experts…

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