This policy brief identifies the underlying issues of cyberbullying by
looking at the existing policy provisions
and examines a select number of cases involving female celebrities. In each
case, discussion points and
recommendations are highlighted.
I have copied in the authors of the brief so that they may assist more.
*David Indeje *
+254 (0) 711 385 945 | +254 (0) 734 024 856
Website: Khusoko <khusoko.com/>
On Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 08:27, Fauza Gila <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi David,
> I can’t find the numbers on this one. Kindly share the stats
> On Saturday, July 4, 2020, David Indeje via kictanet <
> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Dear Listers,
>> There is no doubt that online Bullying has become a common occurrence
>> among social communities and women are most affected.
>> In response to the growing numbers of cyber harassment on Kenyan online
>> platforms, KICTanet undertook a study to highlight the struggles of the
>> victims of cyberbullying to understand the nature of cyberbullying and the
>> existing policy gaps.
>> This is a link to part 1
>> You can share online using.
> *Best,Faustine Ngila | **4IR Journalist | **NATION MEDIA GROUP *
> *JOURNALISM PORTFOLIO: **https://muckrack.com/faustine-ngila
> <muckrack.com/faustine-ngila> *
> *MOBILE CONTACT: 0719858726 | **OFFICE CONTACT: 0719038426 *
> *Office email: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> |
> Twitter: @faustination *
kictanet mailing list