Digital (In)Equality is a blog about ICT4D, aid work and communicating (for) development.

Created as part of the Communication for Development M.A. programme, at Malmö University, it is a place for reflection, knowledge sharing and discussion of all things digital.




Anjuli is a communications manager currently working in global health with a focus on maternal, adolescent, child and reproductive health. She previously managed the communications activities of the London International Development Centre, and prior to that spent two years working in Bogota, Colombia at the British Embassy.


Christina is a communication professional specialised in development and humanitarian aid. She currently lives in Cairo, Egypt, and works as a coordinator for civil society projects in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco and other MENA countries. She has volunteered and worked for various aid organisations in Bangladesh and Germany before.


Dina is a PR & communications professional working for the cultural, lifestyle and non-profit sectors, currently living in Portugal. Previously, worked in the UK as an art director in communication design and photography, for brands and charities, moving after to Lisbon to work as a PR & communication director of multinational brands and their CSR projects. An avid traveller, she is always dreaming about her next destination.


Marion is a media development and communication professional specialised in freedom of expression, media and information literacy, access to information and protection of journalists. She currently lives in Doha, Qatar and works for an international organization, overseeing programmes and activities in the Arab States of the GCC and Yemen.


Qudsia has an Environmental Sciences background and previous work experience with World Food Programme, UNDP and UN-HABITAT. She currently lives in Sweden.