Roukaya Kasenally

Roukaya Kasenally is a democracy scholar and an Associate Professor in Media and Political Systems at the University of Mauritius. She also holds the position of CEO of the African Media Initiative - a Pan African organisation supporting independent media across the continent. She has wide experience working in Africa as a consultant for a number of International and Pan African institutions on media and democratic governance. She is currently the Chair of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) and a board member of the West Africa Democracy Radio (WADR). Kasenally has authored / co-authored a number of publications on media and democratic systems. Kasenally has been a Regan Fascell Democracy Fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy (Washington DC) (2011 – 2012) and a Draper Hills Democracy Fellow at Stanford University (2015). She holds a PhD from the University of Sheffield and is fluent in English and French.
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COVID-19 and the Opportunity of a New Social Contract for Mauritius

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  Roukaya Kasenally, Associate Professor in Media and Political Systems, University of Mauritius In her research on the Mauritian democratic system, Roukaya Kasenally highlights a system that...