Webinar | The Changing Dynamics of Elections in Africa Panel Discussion

Event Name:
Webinar | The Changing Dynamics of Elections in Africa Panel Discussion
Start Date:
19 November 2020
End Date:
19 November 2020
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Phone Number:
0828808661
Event Description:

Some of the countries saw the opposition wining national elections followed by peaceful transition in power. After a series of webinars and videos looking at the impact of elections on the security environment in the region, we would like to invite you to take a step back and reflect on the changing dynamics of elections in Africa. Join our esteemed panel of experts as they share their views on how elections in Africa are evolving.

Speakers:

  • Anne Judy Kathurima
    Domestic and International Election Consultant

  • Anneline Booyse-Mofokeng
    Security Director – Africa
    International SOS

  • David Zounmenou. Ph.D
    Senior Research Fellow (Conflict Prevention and Risk Analysis)
    Institute for Security Studies Africa

  • Grant Masterson
    Senior Programme Manager: Governance
    Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) 

 

 

Agenda:

  • How does historical elections compare to contemporary election where we see a number of opposition parties actually winning election , e.g. Seychelles and Malawi
  • The new profile of the African voter
  • Social media and the impact that fake news have on elections
  • The impact of the changing demographics across Africa and the role of the youth in this changing landscape

Event Type:
Webinar