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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

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AMNISTIA INTERNACIONAL

2018, Nº 137
INforme Anual 2017/2018. Frente al discurso del miedo
  • En pie por la igualdad y la justicia Social. Esteban Beltran
  • Frente al discurso del miedo. Manu Mediavilla
  • Cuentas pendientes en Derechos Humanos. Ángel Gonzalo
  • Rapear no es terrorismo. Ana Gomez-Perez Nievas
  • Firma Invitada: Jose Manuel Colón.
  • Entrevista : Helen Prejean. Mireya Cidón
  • Un año de Trump. Muchos tuits, pocos Derechos. Blanca Hernández Martín
  • Deportaciones Ilegales. Mexico. Ana Gomez Pérez Nievas
  • Defensoras en el punto de mira. Ángel Gonzalo
  • 40 años en España (1978-2018). los años difíciles. Carmen López

ECONOMÍA MUNDIAL, Revista de

2018, Nº 48
  • Predictores y efectos de la repetición de curso Alvaro Choi, María Gil, Mauro Mediavilla y Javier Valbuena
  • Motores del crecimiento económico en economías avanzadas: resultados des- de una perspectiva multisectorial-multirregional Rosa Duarte, Sofía Jiménez y Julio Sánchez Chóliz
  • Los efectos de la red mundial de fusiones y adquisiciones sobre la inversión: un estudio para América Latina Pablo Galaso, Angeles Sánchez Díez Sofía García Gámez y Cesar Olivas
  • Convergencia en productividad durante el génesis de la Eurozona (1992-2007): Evidencia empírica de un fenómeno esperado Miguel Garcia-Duch
  • Desequilibrios comerciales internos y crecimiento económico en la Zona Euro Luis Ángel Hierro Recio, Pedro Atienza Montero y Anna Maria Hailer
  • Ingreso y bienestar subjetivo: el efecto de las comparaciones sociales María Navarro y Ángeles Sánchez
  • El Fondo Gubernamental de Pensiones noruego, responsabilidad social corpo- rativa y cambio climático Eszter Wirth

COMMUNICATION RESEARCH TRENDS

2018, Vol. 37, Nº 1
  • Facebook: Changing the Face of Communication Research. Paul A. Soukup

POLITIQUE AFRICAINE

2018, Nº 148
  • Introduction au thème : « On ne mange pas les ponts et le goudron » : les sentiers sinueux d’une sortie de crise en Côte d’Ivoire, Francis Akindès
  • Prendre la craie. La mobilisation des enseignants rebelles dans le Nord de la Côte d’Ivoire (2002-2011), Camille Popineau
  • Rhétorique de la cohésion sociale et paradoxes de la « paix par le bas » en Côte d’Ivoire, Giulia Piccolino
  • L’autochtonie, la terre et les jeunes à Sassandra (Ouest-Côte d’Ivoire). Gnangadjomon Koné, Ba Morou Ouattara, Francis Akindès
  • Nouchis, ziguéhis et microbes d’Abidjan : déclassement et distinction sociale par la violence de rue en Côte d’Ivoire, Séverin Kouamé Yao
  • La paix dans une zone de guerre. Lire la crise ivoirienne sur le temps long et par le bas, Till Förster
  • Les genres discursifs de la sorcellerie : des histoires intimes aux rumeurs publiques, Julien Bonhomme
  • Pour une herméneutique du sorcellaire, Patrice Yengo
  • Magritte’s Multiplicities and Warnier’s Inspirations, Jane Guyer
  • D’une crise l’autre : l’afrodystopie. Joseph Tonda
  • L’incomplétude du sujet africain, Francis Nyamnjoh,
  • La sorcellerie : un savoir qui se refuse à la connaissance ?, Peter Geschiere
  • L’insaisissable légèreté du sorcier, Jean-Pierre Warnier
  • Le roi est nu : crise électorale et anatomie du pouvoir au Kenya (2017), Marie-Emmanuelle Pommerolle, Chloé Josse-Durand

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL

2018, Vol. 53, Nº 2
  • Community as a ‘spray-on solution’: a case study of community engagement within the income management programme in Australia Philip Mendes
  • Community: a powerful label? Connecting wind energy to rural Ireland Bríd Walsh
  • Siting of human services facilities and the not in my back yard phenomenon: a critical research review Klas Borell and Åsa Westermark
  • An approach towards the planning of green child-friendly spaces in South Africa Elizelle Juaneé Cilliers and Selna Cornelius
  • The role of change- and stability-oriented place attachment in rural community resilience: a case study in south-west Scotland Saskia Zwiers; Marianna Markantoni and Dirk Strijker
  • Analysis of a multipronged community development initiative in two distressed neighbourhoods Russell Weaver and Jason Knight
  • The practice of community potential mapping as a guideline for community development in Malaysia W A Amir Zal
  • An asset-based intervention with tuberculosis groups in rural Indonesian villages: Overview and lessons learned Christa Dewi; Lesley Barclay; Shawn Wilson and Megan Passey
  • Barriers to recovery for Chinese mental health service-users in the UK: a case for community development Lynn Tang
  • Learning through the action of research: reflections on an Afrocentric research design Zamokwakho Hlela
  • The compassionate city Jenny Donovan
  • Scaling Up: The Convergence of Social Economy and Sustainability Marlyne Sahakian -Sustainability and the Political Economy of Welfare Peadar Kirby
  • Civil Society Organizations in Turbulent Times: A gilded web? Marjorie Mayo

ENVIO

2018, Nº 432

Nicaragua

  • Los dilemas de este "otro tiempo".
  • "Necesitamos un aestrategia para lograr una transición a la democracia". Mario Arana
  • Acaparamiento de tierras en Nueva Guinea y el Castillo. ¿A dónde nos vamos a ir?. Amaru Ruiz Alemán
  • Imaginar al otro. Sergio Ramirez

Costa Rica

  • Claves de la primera ronda, incertidumbres ante la segunda ronda. Maria Francisca Vargas Durán_ América Latina
  • Desigualdad persistente: en controversial legado de la Marea Rosa. Sergio Costa y Francesc Badia I Dalmases

CULTURA PARA LA ESPERANZA

2018, Nº 108
  • Preludio del derrumbe patriarcal.Mujeres que quieren ser libres sin miedo.
  • Umoja, un pueblo para las mujeres en kenia.
  • España alcanza la cima del turismo mundial a costa de la precariedad de sus trabajadores.
  • El urbanismohoy: generador de plusvalias, clientelismo y corrupción.
  • Expansión de la desigualdad y concentración del poder.
  • Democracia, representación, participación. -la huelga docente de Virginia Occidental recupera una histórica tradicción de lucha.
  • Los pobres(y las pobres) como lugar teólogico, a la luz de nuevos sentires emergentes.
  • carta abierta al mundo musulmán
  • Europa militariza el Sahel
  • Libia, esclavitud africana, normalidad europea.
  • Impulsores temerarios:los impulsores genéticos y el fin de la naturaleza
  • Mensaje de Pedro casaldáliga a sus 90 años.
  • Palestina:Hija , estas son lagrimas de lucha.

TIEMPO DE PAZ

2018, Nº 128
Prevención y consecuencias del cambio climático
  • Resistir a la tormenta: la débil arquitectura climática internacional en tiempos de incertidumbre Laura Martín Murillo
  • La UE en la encrucijada: La Unión EnergéticaDomingo Jiménez Beltrán
  • Los Objetivos Desarrollo Sostenible y el Acuerdo de París.Gabriel Ferrero y de Loma-Osorio
  • Principales impactos en la sociedad y la economía española. Jonathan Gómez Cantero
  • Género. Cecilia Carballo
  • El impacto del cambio climático en la infancia. Ana Belén Sánchez
  • Salud, cambio y Clima. Begoña Maria-Tomé Gil Biodiversidad. Asunción Ruiz
  • Cambio climáticom, migración, conflicto y poblreza. El caso de Siria. Jesús Gamero Ruz
  • Renovables para universalizar el acceso a la energía. José Jaime de Domingo
  • La movilización de las ciudades españolas en la lucha contra el cambio climático. Xira Ruiz

ECOLOGIST, The

2018, Nº 73
  • Sector ecologico. Hay que reinventarse cada segundo
  • La información sobre agricultura ecológica mejora....
  • ventas online. Competencia en la selva digital
  • Ángeles Parra, directora de BIoCultura. "La cuenta atrás ha comenzado"
  • Daniel valls, presidente del CCPAE. "BioCultura siempre ha sido un punto de encuentro y un referente"
  • El status quo actual del mundo "bio". Un sector en pleno crecimiento.
  • Esther Vivas. "A las grandes empresas hay que marcarles el terreno desde minuto 0"
  • Un subsector tambien creciente. Plantando cara al cambio climático.
  • Marcas blancas "bio". A favor y en contra

SOBERANÍA ALIMENTARIA, BIODIVERSIDAD Y CULTURAS

2018, Nº 31
Arte, Ruralidad y Transformación Social
  • ¿Puede interrumpirse el monólogo cultural de la ciudad? Marc Badal
  • Mosaico de experiencias I
  • Conversatorio. Arte, ruralidad y transformación social. Revista SABC
  • Mosaico de experiencias II
  • Reflexiones sobre comensalidad y cultura alimentaria. José Luis Fernández,Casadevante, Kois y Nerea Morán Alonso
  • Entrevista a Lorena Álvarez. Irene García Roces Patricia Dopazo Gallego
  • Música como vínculo de unión.Che Sudaka
  • La voz de la salud pública en el medio rural.Revista SABC
  • El «Atlas de la Comida». Consejo editor
  • No vendemos pan, vendemos otra forma de organizarse. Patricia Dopazo Gallego
  • Huertos en el desierto. Marta Maicas Pérez
  • De siglos, lobos y vacas. Águeda Victoria
  • Poblar el campo. Juan Antonio Martín Díaz
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AFRICA RENEWAL

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Publicada por la División de Estrategias de Comunicación del Departamento de Información Pública de Naciones Unidas, proporciona información y análisis de los principales desafíos económicos y de desarrollo que enfrenta África en la actualidad: la reforma económica, la deuda, la educación, la salud, la promoción de la mujer, los conflictos y las luchas civiles... Realiza un seguimiento de los debates políticos, proporciona un análisis de expertos y presentación de informes sobre el terreno para demostrar cómo estas políticas afectan a las personas y, destaca las opiniones de los responsables políticos, los líderes no gubernamentales y otras personas que participan activamente en los esfuerzos para transformar África y mejorar sus perspectivas en el mundo de hoy. Disponible on line aquí.

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  • Partnerships giving Africa a new look
  • Partnerships provide a lifeline for cash-strapped countries
  • Global companies give Africa a second look
  • Alternative financing strategies to boost small businesses in Africa
  • An integrated Africa: A boon to the private sector
  • Philanthropists join forces to fund Africa’s cash-strapped health sector
  • Partnerships at work in Africa
  • Africa on the road to industrial progress
  • Private sector’s role in implementing SDGs
  • Increased remittances will have greater impact on development
  • Elections still a weak spot in Central Africa
  • More women in politics
  • The new face of the Sahel
  • Private schools gain a foothold in Africa
  • Uproar over Internet shutdowns
  • Africa’s app-based taxis battle Uber over market share
  • African airlines wait for open skies
2017, Vol. 31, Nº 1
  • Overfishing destroying livelihoods
  • Plastics pose biggest threat to oceans
  • Africa feeling the heat of climate change
  • Ocean Conference: Our best and last chance to get things right
  • How South Sudan’s ‘lost boy’ brought water to his village
  • Urban growth a boon for Africa’s industrialization
  • Africa’s quest for a cashless economy gains momentum
  • Disaster insurance against climate change attracts African countries
  • Pension funds, insurance companies as key drivers of regional integration
  • Young South Africans investing in lucrative renewable energy sector
  • Conservationists take aim at poachers
  • ICC: Beyond the threats of withdrawal
  • Gambia’s democracy survives political turbulence
  • Paris Agreement on climate change: One year later, how is Africa faring?
  • Africa’s digital rise hooked on innovation
  • The Internet of everything water
  • Global economic gravity rapidly pulling towards Africa
2017
  • Youth dividend or ticking time bomb?
  • Knowledge economy appeals to youth New educational platforms transfer skills and spur innovation among young people
  • Africa’s future rests on its youth -Youth discontented with politics yet less likely to vie or even vote
  • Entrepreneurial universities: Marrying scholarly research with business acumen -Entrepreneurial universities: Marrying scholarly research with business acumen -Africa's jobless youth cast a shadow over economic growth Leaders put job-creation programmes on the front burner
  • The new face of farming: youth Botswana’s Mavis Nduchwa, 33, owns an animal feed farm that grows grains and legumes
  • It’s time for young people to get political
  • Young women breaking into the male-dominated ICT world
  • Nollywood star: More than just talent
  • Morocco: Creating IT opportunities for self-starting youth
  • Who will protect our girls?
  • Migration: taking rickety boats to Europe
  • Reminiscences of a former child soldier
  • Development goals in local languages
  • Young people need opportunities to display their talents
  • Youth can help achieve SDGs
  • Linking smallholder farmers to banks
  • Youth still under-represented in leadership
  • Facebook CEO looks for more ‘likes’ from Africa
2017
  • Youth dividend or ticking time bomb?
  • Knowledge economy appeals to youth New educational platforms transfer skills and spur innovation among young people
  • Africa’s future rests on its youth Ahmad Alhendawi, former United Nations youth envoy -Youth discontented with politics yet less likely to vie or even vote
  • Entrepreneurial universities: Marrying scholarly research with business acumen
2017
  • Youth dividend or ticking time bomb?
  • Knowledge economy appeals to youth New educational platforms transfer skills and spur innovation among young people
  • Africa’s future rests on its youth Ahmad Alhendawi, former United Nations youth envoy -Youth discontented with politics yet less likely to vie or even vote
  • Entrepreneurial universities: Marrying scholarly research with business acumen
2016, Vol. 30, Nº 3
  • Africa’s high hopes for new UN chief.
  • Health care: from commitments to action Governments should concentrate on providing basic health care and affordable drugs.
  • Gains made in fight against malaria. Africa is finally making headway in its decades-long fight against malaria.
  • It’s time to rethink medical insurance A mobile phone plan in Kenya targets low-income groups.
  • Diagnosing Africa’s medical brain drain Higher wages and modern facilities are magnets for Africa’s health workers.
  • Lifestyle diseases pose new burden for AfricaDiabetes, cancer, heart and respiratory diseases will be the leading killers by 2030.
  • Public health schemes: Getting it right.Ghana grapples with making health care universally accessible.
  • We can improve health systems in Africa.
  • Africa's new strategies to defeat HIV/AIDS. Prevention, treatment and care cut new infections by 14%.
  • Wanted: affordable medicines for all UN panel calls for new global accords to make drugs cheaper.
  • Mental illness: Invisible but devastating. Superstitution often blamed for acute mental health diseases.
  • ndia’s medical tourism gets Africans’ attention Many lured by affordable treatment, state-of-the art equipment, top-notch doctors and follow-up care
  • Taking health services to remote areas. Mobile camel clinics, motorbike ambulances and other innovations for reaching rural folk.
  • Dying from lack of medicines. Encouraging local production, right policies the way out.
  • Young Ghanaians risk all for "better" life. Some migrate within Africa while others take the risky route to Europe.
  • Africa most affected by refugee crisis. Ethiopia and Uganda praised for open-door policy.
  • Ethiopia and Uganda praised for open-door policy.
  • Africa welcomes new trade initiatives from Japanese investors.
  • Morocco flexes muscles as it seeks AU reinstatement.
  • Business opportunities through government tenders. African companies to bid for contracts around the world
2015, Vol. 29, Nº 3
  • Sustainable Development Goals are. in sync with Africa’s priorities.
  • ‘I foresee a world without poverty’.
  • Financing Africa’s development agenda.
  • Agenda 2063 is in harmony with SDGs.
  • NEPAD mobilizes funds for. regional infrastructure.
  • Nelson Mandela Prize winners feted.
  • Ethiopia: fixing agriculture.
  • Towards a unified African market.
  • African leaders pledge to fight. for a deal on climate change.
  • MDGs: An assessment of Africa’s progress.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa lags behind.
  • More students in school but still not all.
  • Closing Africa’s ‘elusive’ gender gap.
  • A glass half-empty, yet half-full.
  • Lack of resources affecting interventions.
  • New cases drop, but numbers still high.
  • Light at the end of the tunnel.
  • How did partnerships work for Africa?.
  • New phone technology to help fight river blindness.
  • ATM-operated water dispensers bring safe water to poor communities
2015, Vol. 29, Nº 2
  • Can Africa fund its own growth?.
  • Borrowing responsibly: Africa’s debt challenge.
  • Billions now required to save depleted healthcare systems.
  • New bond issue set to help Africa go ‘green’. For development finance, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
  • Loans to women = smart economics.
  • Think beyond microfinance when talking about businesswomen.
  • Microfinance: Good for the poor? To lift the po.
  • Using trade to boost Africa’s industrialization-
  • The changing face of Ethiopia.
  • Ethiopia’s development is mostly people-driven.
  • Cashing in on the cashew nuts boom.
  • African statistics have come of age.
  • Africans also investing in China
2015, Vol. 29, Nº 1
  • Wildlife crime at record high. Pavithra Rao
  • Insatiable consumption threatening Africa’s species- Pavithra Rao
  • How healthy is Africa’s sovereign bond debt. Analysts caution against accumulating too much. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Gender equality within reach. Some progress made, but challenges remain. Zipporah Musau
  • Investing in women’s employment essential for economic growth.Jocelyne Sambira
  • Women seek greater role in rebuilding the Central African Republic.Zipporah Musau
  • Progress towards gender parity still slow, uneven. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
  • Millions of girls remain out of school.Franck Kuwonu
  • Humiliation: The latest form of gender violence.Groups ask men and boys to shun the practice.Sally Nyakanyanga
  • A celebratory rise in women’s political participation. Number of women egislators inches upward in Africa. Kingsley Ighobor
  • Looking beyond the rhetoric of an African Union year for women. What women want in 2015 - the Year of Women’s Empowerment.Ecoma Alaga and Ndidi Anyaegbunam
  • Women’s Situation Room: Africa’s unique approach to reducing electoral violence.How an innovative real-time intervention in Kenya used women’s strengths to protect voters and help keep the peace before and after voting day. Jane Godia
  • Ebola: A bumpy road to zero transmission Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone remain vigilant as infections decline in the three country. Kingsley Ighobor
  • If you want to liberate your body, liberate your mind.Sam Kutesa.
  • African-Americans resettle in Africa Ghana is the first African country to open its doors to people of African descent from all over the world – but bureaucracy takes a toll. Efami Dovi
  • Refugees turn to Ethiopia for safety and asylum Country now hosts the largest number of refugees in Africa Sulaiman Momodu
  • Africa grapples with a jobless growth.Aeneas Chuma
2014, Vol. 28, Nº 385
  • Improving maternal health in Africa. Kingsley Ighobor
  • Financing Africa’s -massive projects_ Kingsley Ighobor and _Busani Bafana
  • West Africa: New railway network aims to boost inter-regional trade By Franck Kuwonu Rail to link Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria and Togo- Franck Kuwonu
  • Ebola: A wake-up call for leaders. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Ebola: Fighting a deadly virus By Sulaiman Momodu Weak national healthcare systems and few medical staff struggle to cope.Sulaiman Momodu
  • EBO LA: This catastrophe must never be allowed to happen again David Nabarro
  • Sustainable Development Goals: New targets hold promise for Africa. New targets hold promise for Africa Tim Wall
2014, Vol. 28, Nº 2
  • Trade between two unequal partners Africa and Europe search for an elusive agreement Kingsley Ighobor
  • Intra-Africa trade: Going beyond political commitments.Progress will come when agreements are implemented. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Africa needs both aid and trade. Arancha González
  • Raw deal for African women traders. Nirit Ben-Ari
  • Africa's trade under a could of changing climate.Richard Munang and Fesica Andrews
  • Africa wants equal partners. Maged Abdelaziz
  • Chinese yuan penetrates African markets. Tonderayi Mukeredzi
  • Peace in South Sudan critical to regional stability. Raphael Obonyo
  • Political stability remains a challenge. Babacar Gaye
  • Inequality clouds growing economy. Nirit Ben -Ari
  • Biofortification offers hope for Africa's malnourished. Busani Bafana
  • Africa's economy set for dramatic changes. Carlos Lopes
  • Africa to push development agenda at upcoming g climate summit. Dan Separd
2014
  • Trade between two unequal partners.Kingsley Ighobor
  • Intra-Africa trade: Going beyond political commitments. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Africa needs both aid and trade. Arancha González
  • Raw deal for African women traders. Nirit Ben-Ari
  • Africa’s trade under a cloud of changing climate- Richard Munang, Jesica Andrews
  • Africa wants equal partners. Kingsley Ighobor
  • Chinese yuan penetrates African markets. Tonderayi Mukeredzi
  • Peace in South Sudan critical to regional stability. Raphael Obonyo
  • Political stability remains a challenge. Damian Cardona
  • Inequality clouds growing economy.Nirit Ben-Ari
  • Biofortification offers hope for Africa’s malnourished. Busani Bafana
  • Africa’s economy set for dramatic changes. Kingsley Ighobor
  • Africa to push development agenda at upcoming climate summit. Dan Shepard
  • Plant breeders to boost Africa’s indigenous crops. Geoffrey Kamadi
  • Financing infrastructure. Abdoul Salam Bello
  • Africa’s blue revolution in turbulent waters. Pavithra Rao
2014, Nº Special Edition
SPECIAL EDITION ON AGRICULTURE
  • Africa’s food policy needs sharper teeth. Good intentions alone are not enough. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Africa’s economy grows, but many stomachs are empty. Kingsley Ighobor
  • Despite climate change, Africa can feed Africa. Richard Munang y Jesica Andrews
  • Denting youth unemployment through agriculture. Busani Bafana
  • Zimbabwe’s farmers struggle to feed the nation. Ish Mafundikwa
  • What went wrong? Lessons from Malawi’s food crisis Autocracy and aid dependency killed an agriculture success story. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Fighting African poverty, village by village In Ghana, agriculture is central to project focused on achieving Millennium Development Goals. Ernest Harsch
  • Boosting African farm yields More fertilizer, irrigation and other inputs are vital, says NEPAD. Michael Fleshman
  • Sierra Leone: nursing agriculture back to health. Kingsley Ighobor_
  • We need more agribusiness in Africa. Carlos Lopes
  • All eyes on $1 trillion African agribusiness is set for a huge leap, according to a World Bank report. Kingsley Ighobor y Aissata Haidara
  • Gendering Agriculture. Women spearhead efforts to feed the continent. Nirit Ben - Ari
  • Breaking the glass ceiling: Women agricultural scientists. Munyaradzi Makoni
  • Is Africa’s land up for grabs? Foreign acquisitions: some opportunities, but many see threats. Roy Laishley
  • ‘A common vision for agriculture-led growth’ NEPAD adds value to Africa’s farming sector, says Glenn Denning.
2013, Nº Diciembre
  • African Peer Review Mechanism comes of age. Kingsley Ighobor
  • A vision of an integrated Africa.
  • The rise of civil society groups in Africa. Andre-Michel Essoungou
  • Piracy in West Africa. Nirit Ben-Ari
  • Illicit Financial Flows from Africa: Track it stop it get it. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Giving back to society. Kingsley Ighobor
  • A messenger of peace and development goes to the Sahel. Andre-Michel Essoungou
  • The Sahel: One region many crises. Andre-Michel Essoungou
  • Reaching for new heights. Munyaradzi Makoni
  • A toast to South Africas black middle class. Benjamin Düerr
  • Elephants are the latest conflict resource. Pavithra Rao
2013, Nº Agosto
  • Influencing policy is not a numbers game. Jocelyne Sambira
  • No place like home. Aissata Haidara
  • UN chief teams up with World Bank leader to resolve conflict and flight poverty in Congo. Masimba Tafirenyika
  • Intervention brigade: End game in the Congo?. Lansana Gberie
  • Uprooting the causes of conflicts. Kingsley Ighobor
  • Tapping migration wealth to fund development. Jocelyne Sambira
  • Most African countries will be middle income by 2040.
  • Industrialization: A new burst of energy. Kingsley Ighbor
  • Shea butter nourishes opportunities for African women. Rebecca Moudio
  • Slippery justicie for victims of oil spills. Yemisi Akinbobola
2013, Nº Mayo
  • Counterfeit drugs raise Africas temperature. JocelYne Sambira
  • Somali Diasporas remittances cast a lifeline.
  • Africas youth a ticking time bomb or an opportunity? Kingsley Ighobor
  • yut unemployment: lessons from Ethiopia. Andulem Sisay
  • Africas greatest assets are its young people.
  • Afican youth hungry for connectivity. Jonathan Kalan
  • Aficas mobile youth drive change. Jocelyne Sambira
  • A seat at the table. Kingsley Ighobor
  • What does the Doha Climate Gateway mean for Africa?. Richard Munang y Zhen Han
  • Nigerias film industry: a potential gold mine. Rebecca Moudio