This working group is interested in the intersection between open data technologies, digital humanities and research data practices in Kenya and working on how might we imagine more equitable and inclusive systems of knowledge production and infrastructure by/in/for Kenya. This working group was born out of en event held at McMillan Library on November 12, 2019 and is comprised of researchers, archival specialists, librarians, open data technologists, and government representatives.
This is a photo taken from Panel 2 on "Expanding Forms of Research Outputs" at the November 12, 2019 event on "Archiving Kenya’s Past and Futures." Panel participants included Syokau Mutonga, Book Bunk; Tayiana Chao, African Digital Heritage; Esther Obachi, University of Nairobi Libraries; and Aurelia Munene, Eider Africa.
Panel participants included Phares Kariuki, Node Africa; Micah Rachuonyo, Kenya Bureau of Standards; Grace Bomu, Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT) - Strathmore University; Richard Nzuki Nzioki, International Development Research Centre (IDRC); and Muchiri Nyaggah, Local Development Research Institute (LDRI).