Celebrating Eid Al-Adha amid soaring prices in Egypt
Transforming education for youth employment in Africa: challenges for & pathways to success
How do we tackle online risks without sacrificing children’s digital futures?
Maritime security in the Gulf: moving towards actionable outcomes
Special Edition: Women, Power & Policy Making
Preventing further conflict and fragmentation in Ethiopia
What's the future of food subsidies in Egypt?
Visualisation and mapping does not compensate for poor data
Can the peace-trade equation stabilise the Horn?
From the research library
Books, journals and digital documents
South Africa's Industrial Policy: Time for a Review and a Rethink
Regional Aid Profile Southern Africa 2018
Declining Wage Employment along Sugar Value Chain: The Need for Policy Change in Kenya
African Leadership Forum 2018: Financing Africa's Transformation for Sustainable Development 2-3 August 2018, Kigali Rwanda
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Fostering a Sustainable Agro-Industralisation Agenda in Uganda
Uganda’s vision is to industrialise and transform the structure of its economy by 2040. Given the dominance of agriculture as a source of livelihood, agro-industrialisation offers a great opportunity for Uganda to embark on its long-term aspiration of transitioning into a modern industrial economy.
Youth, Deprivation and the Internet in Africa
The study investigates - from young people’s perspective - whether the Internet could be used to help them deal with the various issues they face. With a focus on Nigeria, Rwanda and Tanzania, the paper considers what the policy implications of this are and proposes possible policy interventions.
South Sudan v James Dak: A Case of Travesty of Justice
Mr Dak, a South Sudanese national, has suffered injustice through combined violations of international refugee law and domestic constitutional law/criminal law and due process. His case should alert UN refugee agencies and human rights organisations to step up their efforts to prevent such violations from occurring in the future.
Brazilian and Moroccan Policies for sub-Saharan Africa: Description and Elements for Assessment
This paper retraces Brazil and Morocco’s economic strategies towards sub-Saharan Africa since the beginning of the century, highlighting the characteristics and evaluating the performance of the instruments used to promote the flows of trade, investment and cooperation between each of the two countries and the sub-Saharan region.