The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM): An example of digital diplomacy in practice
Contextualising the impact of the 2020 US elections on Africa
Pathways for theorising African digital diplomacy
Is there a need to broaden the scope of analysis in tackling inequalities in South Africa?
COVID-19: Our coverage of the pandemic
Mali’s military takeover puts popular protests in the spotlight
Why Nigeria should welcome the value and feasibility of acceding to the Hague Conference Children’s Conventions
The promise of digitising cash transfers in sub-Saharan Africa during COVID-19 and beyond
Youth and the digital economy in Africa
From the research library
Books, journals and digital documents
Double-edged Sword? Ghanaians see Pros, Cons of Social Media, want Access but not Fake news
COVID-19 and the Rising Levels of Domestic Violence in Uganda
Role of Maternal Education and Prenatal Care on Child Health in Cameroon
In Zimbabwe, Weak Water and Health Systems Heighten Vulnerabilities during COVID-19 Crisis
From our partners
Positioning South Africa in 21st Century Global Nuclear Security Debates
South Africa’s domestic economic constraints provide it with an opportunity to be more innovative in how it engages diplomatically in global nuclear security debates. A greater reliance on alliances and partnerships is an important way to maintain its relevance in global affairs.
Building Blocks for Co-producing Climate Services
This brief provides decision-makers with practical information on how to use a co-production approach to achieve better informed development of climate services with relevance for African decision-makers.
The Impact of Indebtedness on Human Rights in Zimbabwe
Debt is a serious burden on states' ability to develop, let alone meet the demands and expectations of their citizens. Burdened by debt, Zimbabwe is increasingly unable to guarantee the rights of its citizens, thereby proving the symbiotic relationship between debt and development, and between debt and human rights.
Life Stories: Learning from Kismayo
'Life Stories' is a set of deep, introspective narratives provided by six of the individual women that took part in a research process that examined the gendered dynamics of inter-clan conflict in Kismayo, Somalia, and in particular the role of women in processes of violence and peace.