The Invisibles: Women on death row in Africa
How to improve livelihood opportunities and biodiversity conservation in Mozambique's Quirimbas National Park: A photo essay
New name but much of the same in eSwatini elections
Al-Shabaab five years after Westgate: Still a menace in East Africa
African philanthropy at the policy table
Is there an end in sight to Togo's political crisis?
Part II: Who wants what? Breaking down the EU and ACP group’s positions in the latest CPA negotiations
Part I: Understanding the Cotonou Partnership Agreement
Tackling Malawi's medical brain drain
From the research library
Books, journals and digital documents
Spillovers from Off-farm Self-employment Opportunities in Rural Niger
Reversing Zambia’s High Risk of Debt Distress
Analytical Brief of the 2019 Social Sector Budget: 'A Call for Fairness and Elimination of Wastage'
Illicit Transfers and Tax Reforms in South Africa: Mapping of the Literature and Synthesis of the Evidence
From our partners
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.
Electoral Poker in DR Congo
Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been postponed since December 2016, but now seem to be slated for the end of the year. All parties should work to ensure credible polls, the best hope for a peaceful transfer of power.
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.
Infographic: Financing the African Union
Securing the financial independence of the African Union (AU) has always been an elusive matter for leaders of the continent. Despite the fact that the transition from the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) to the AU in 2002 led to the creation of a more robust continental institution with a broadened mandate, African leaders are yet to sufficiently provide the AU with a sustainable finance to fund its activities.