The Media Policy and Democracy Project (MPDP) has become a significant contributor to knowledge on surveillance and intelligence reform in Southern Africa. This convening will bring together independent researchers and journalists from the region who have partnered with MPDP, in order to showcase their work on surveillance issues in Southern Africa, to reflect on the current state of surveillance in the region, and to engage with colleagues in the sector about opportunities to take the work forward.
The event will take place in-person at the University of Johannesburg Library, with provision for virtual participation.
DATES: 22-23 June 2023
TIME: 09:00 am-17:00 pm
VENUE: Nadine Gordimer Auditorium (Level 5), UJ Library, Auckland Park Kingsway Campus, Johannesburg
MORE INFORMATION: For updates and to register to attend, please visit

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