My name is Chenai Chair, and I don’t know why I find this important, but I’m a Zimbabwean, based in South Africa.
I am a research manager at the World Wide Web Foundation where I focus on gender issues. In October I will be sharing a report on the state of Women’s Rights online in Uganda, Ghana, Indonesia and Colombia. In my Mozilla Fellowship, I assess the adequacy of data protection and privacy from a gender perspective, with a specific focus on AI and automated decision making. I will be releasing this project early November.
My work is always about centering gender issues and trying to understand the intersectional inequalities and advocate for a better world. Even though sometimes it can be frustrating to be saying the same things that got me into the field six years ago.Continue reading “When Policy Responds to Reality: Transformative Policy Futures”