Webinar | The Changing Dynamics of Elections in Africa Panel Discussion

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Webinar | The Changing Dynamics of Elections in Africa Panel Discussion
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19 November 2020
End Date:
19 November 2020
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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.


  • 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) 




  • 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

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