My main research interest is to understand under what circumstances ICTs add value in processes that build the critical-agency and emancipatory capacities of individuals and collectives engaged in transformative development and social justice.
My field research involved using participatory video to create spaces for women in Zambia to engage critically with issues constraining their development. I am using critical ethnography and drawing upon critical social theory especially Friere's critical pedagogy.
Tony was previously Lecturer in Innovation Studies at University of East London.
Imagining Futures of Open Development
7th December 2013, 2:00pm at University of Cape Town
Appropriating ICTs for Developing Critical Consciousness and Structural Social Change
10th December 2013, 9:00am at University of Cape Town
PhD Showcase 2014
28th October 2014, 2:00pm at Royal Holloway, University of London
Is a Transformative ICT4D possible (& how would we know it if we saw it)?
18th May 2015, 1:30pm at ICTD 2015
Critical Intent & Interests in ICT4D
21st May 2015, 3:30pm at IFIP 9.4 2015
ICTD2016: Women’s Use of Participatory Video Technology to Tackle Gender Inequality in Zambia’s ICT Sector
4th June 2016, 11:00am at Michigan League
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