Research Affiliate, Berkman Klein Centre for Internet and Society, Harvard University
Quote about attendance and contribution to the EurAfrican Forum:
“With more than 40% of the people without IDs living in Africa, there’s no better time to discuss the impact of IDs on people and communities. Join my panel discussion at the EurAfrican Forum 2021 on ‘’The Digital ID revolution: shedding light on ‘’invisible people’’ and fighting the ‘’Identification Gap’’ to join the conversation and shape an agenda for identification for development globally.”
Babatunde Okunoye is a researcher on digital society in the global south. He is an Affiliate of the Berkman Klein Centre for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and a postgraduate researcher at the department of Journalism, Film and Television at the University of Johannesburg. Previously he was Research Officer at Paradigm Initiative, a social enterprise working on digital rights and inclusion in Africa, and senior fellow at the Tor Project.