Discussion of the often-intersecting issues of politics, health, access to food, agriculture, land rights, and climate change.
The San peoples
Africa and its peoples have for centuries been prone to biased ‘scientific’ research. Some pre-colonial and post-colonial research projects thrived on the insatiable zeal to justify Western […]
Une conférence s’est tenue ce Mercredi 08 mars à l’Université Gaston Berger sous le thème Casamance : Sortir des préjugés.
Le prétexte était pris pour faire une grande leçon inaugurale sur […]
As Africa (and much of the rest of the world) waits for the Trump administration to figure out its foreign policies, we have brought together several articles for […]
by Abena Kyere
It has been two months since Ghana went to the polls and the wind of change that blew in Ghana on the 7th of December, 2016 calls […]
We join Gambia in (hopefully) celebrating the departure of its former President Yahya Jammeh, who was known for his violations of human rights and persistent corruption. Many of […]
Humanitarians should take note of the strange (but not unprecedented) liaisons between “conservation” groups and the tourism, logging and other industries, against the survival of indigenous populations. In Cameroon, […]
by Imam Dr. A. Rashied Omar
As we ready ourselves for the coming year, we typically reflect on the events of the past year. What are the lessons we need to learn, […]