WATCH! Interview with the Carter Centre’s Ben Graham Jones on their findings on the Kenyan presidential election 2022

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The Carter Centre released its preliminary report on the Kenyan Presidential Election 2022 on 8 September 2022. The expert mission focussed primarily on the role of technology, and has much to tell us about the extent to which digital technology contributed to a credible election in Kenya in 2022 – and the extent to which it can do so elsewhere across the globe.

The same day, Professor Nic Cheeseman sat down with with Ben Graham Jones, team leader of the election expert mission, to discuss the findings of the report, their implications for future elections, and how the Carter Centre approached its work. 

For the Carter Centre’s Pre-Election Statement, click here.

For the press release about the Pre-Election Statement, click here.

For more information on the Carter Centre’s work, go here

For more information on Professor Cheeseman research in this area, and the Election Observation Research Network (ELECTOR), go here.

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