The Kenyan 2007 elections and their aftermath: the role of media and communication. Policy Briefing No. 1

Abstract

The role of the media and communication in democratic governance is the subject of increasing attention from international development actors. The situation in Kenya has potentially profound implications for and lessons relevant to many other countries. The briefing is an early contribution to a process of learning those lessons and particularly situates its analysis within debates on democratic governance and poverty.

This policy briefing is rather designed to enable those not familiar with the media scene in Kenya to develop an understanding of what has happened. It is produced in the belief that these issues have important policy learnings and consequences not only in Kenya, but in many other countries.

Citation

Abdi, J.; Deane, J. The Kenyan 2007 elections and their aftermath: the role of media and communication. Policy Briefing No. 1. BBC World Service Trust, London, UK (2008) 16 pp.

The Kenyan 2007 elections and their aftermath: the role of media and communication. Policy Briefing No. 1

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