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The Peacemaker Corps Foundation Kenya

Actor

Actor Type

Researcher

Justice Area(s)

Economic Justice

Environmental Justice

Gender Justice

Human Rights

Racial Justice

AI Impact(s)

Bias and Discrimination

Economic Harm and Inequity

Environmental Destruction and Climate Change

Far-Right Extremism and Radicalization

Gender-based Violence

Human Rights Violation

Lack of Data

Manipulation

Monopoly and Centralization

Opaque Systems Prevent Accountability

Location(s)

Africa

Global South

Burundi

Ethiopia

Germany

Ghana

Kenya

Rwanda

South Africa

Switzerland

Fredrick Ogenga's work at Peacemakers Corp Foundation Kenya and The Center for Media, Democracy, Peace and Security-Rongo University revolves around the impact of digital technologies on peace and conflict dynamics. This includes how AI-driven social media impacts democracy, social cohesion (via misinformation, disinformation, malinformation, polarisation, and a polluted information environment). He also studies climate mitigation and adaptation, social wealth distribution and security, and how cultures of research (varieties of sciences) can be used to address these challenges through appreciating centrality of local and Indigenous knowledge systems as drivers of change and linking these systems to digital tools for locally-inspired innovations in digital spaces.

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