Associate Fellow, Africa Programme
Nnenna Ifeanyi-Ajufo is a professor of technology law at the University of Bradford, United Kingdom. She serves as the vice-chairperson of the African Union Cyber Security Experts Group (AUCSEG) and has been actively involved in advising the African Union Commission (AUC) and African member states on existing international, regional and national legal frameworks related to cyber governance, as well as promoting cybersecurity in Africa.
She is a non-residential technology and human rights fellow at the Carr Centre for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University (2022-23), a member of the Research Committee of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) and a contributing editor for the ‘Directions’ of the Cyber Direct Project of the European Union Institute for Security Studies. She has served as an expert for organizations such as Chatham House, the Commonwealth, and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA).
|2023 - Present||Professor of Technology Law, School of Law, University of Bradford|
|2022-23||Non-Residential Fellow, Carr Centre for Human Rights Policy, Harvard University|
|2022-23||Associate Professor and Head of Law, Buckinghamshire New University|
|2019-22||Senior Lecturer, Law and Technology, Swansea University|
|2019||Vice Chair, African Union Cyber Security Experts Group (AUCSEG)|