Michael is a Research Analyst and Writer at Acepis. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Statistics from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. Michael looks to transform technical research outputs into knowledge products that can be consumed by policymakers and general audiences using mainstream media and digital platforms like blogs and social media platforms.Read Michael's full bio on the 'Meet Our Team' page.

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  1. Avatar Anne

    Great piece!
    How sustainable is the digital civic engagement space post covid-19? What gains have been made due to the rapid expansion of the space (you mention inclusion) and could these gains, in the long run, outweigh the factors (physical engagement restrictions) that fuelled digital civic engagement for sustainability of the digital space? OR is it that once these are lifted then it’s back to ‘normal’ especially for decision makers (politicians/government officials) ?
    I think it’s also important to look at how responsive decision makers have been in this space as compared to conventional spaces of engagement.
    On ATI, availability of information is imperative; I agree. Beyond just having information available, it’s having quality and comprehensive information for meaningful engagement.

    October 7, 2020 Reply
  2. Avatar Lagat

    Great read!

    October 7, 2020 Reply

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