Africa Day: Layers of Discourse

Africa Day is an opportunity for all Africans in their diversity, state or creed to reflect and affirm our existence within the larger context of a world flagrant with pandemics. COVID-19 is just one pandemic we have to face, whilst violence, illicit financial flows, income inequality, discriminatory laws and non-recognition of care work, migrants and displaces Africans are raging on

2020-05-25T03:01:23+00:00May 25th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Youth & Politics: worlds apart in Africa’s success story

Botswana's eleventh session of parliament has just ended. Political parties are gearing up for national elections. As promises are being made, I am reminded of how history shows that many of these are often unfulfilled. There is a sudden surge of youth-oriented opportunities from the state - reflecting how the majority is often lured into the promise of prosperity over a few months every five years just before elections

2019-09-02T14:16:50+00:00September 2nd, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Unheard and ignored: A difficult road to the justice for survivors of sexual violence during a decade-long armed conflict in Nepal 

A decade-long armed conflict ended in 2006, but the justice system has failed to ensure justice for many, including survivors of sexual violence. 

2019-08-14T18:07:55+00:00July 25th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments