Monthly Archives: April 2015

What Chance for a Power Sharing Peace in South Sudan?

Originally posted on Tongun Lo Loyuong:
African Arguments, March 18, 2015 The collapse of the IGAD-led power sharing negotiations on South Sudan revealed the inherent flaw with the process and justified various critiques that have previously been expressed by many…

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Permission

Originally posted on The Deepness Project:
There are real, at times debilitating consequences, that result from a dozen years of learning in an education system like Zimbabwe’s, which places – or rather, misplaces – a significant premium on discipline. The…

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Xenophobic attacks in South Africa and the need for transformation

Originally posted on Vito Laterza's Blog:
The recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa are a major cause for concern. They are part of a complex landscape where past and present grievances, injustices and structural inequalities are forcefully emerging from…

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The Anatomy of Electoral Reforms: Why the MDC must free itself from the “No Elections without Reforms” Box

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Arab and Arab American Feminisms: Gender, Violence, and Belonging

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