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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2020, Nº 15
  • L'histoire sans fin. B. Martin et F. Grünewald
  • L'invention de l'impartialité : histoire d'un principe humanitaire, entre raisons juridique, stratégique et algorithmique. J. Glasman
  • Communiquer et convaincre : un regard d'humanitaires sur la réponse française à l'épidémie de coronavirus. E. Baron et M. Neuman
  • Les personnes en situation de sans-abrisme face à la Covid-19 : étude sur des éléments d'une praxis humanitaire chez des acteurs associatifs de Marseille. O. Nevissas, A. Tinland, C. Farnarier, É. Mosnier et M. Mosnier
  • Apprendre de la Covid-19 : l'inextricable lien entre la santé et le logement. G. Foden
  • L'impact de la Covid-19 sur les organisations de la société civile africaine. I. Sesmaisons
  • La localisation de l'aide au prisme de la Covid-19 : question de choix ou dernier recours ? M.-C. Savard, F. Audet et M.-P. Leroux
  • Collecte de données : les leçons tirées de la pandémie de Covid-19 dans les camps de réfugiés rothingyas de Cox's Bazar au Bangladesh. C. Holt, X. Hurni-Cranston, _L. Mahpara Ahmed et F. Mastroianni_
  • Entre menaces et opportunités : la rréponse canadienne face à la Covid-19. D. Alalouf-Hall, Y. Conoir, J.-M. Fontan, D. Grant-Poitras et S. Maltais
  • Réinventer la mise en récit à la faveur de la Covid-19 ? M. Senaratne
  • Représentation d'autrui faussée, modernité négligée et partenariat tronqué : pourquoi il faut décoloniser le plaidoyer humanitaire. F. Sennesael
  • Se donner les moyens de lutter contre l'impunité des agresseurs de travailleurs humanitaires. P. Ryfman

VIENTO SUR

2021, Nº 178

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Ciencia y capitalismo en tiempos de covid. Laura Nuño de la Rosa
  • Europa del Este: En los orígenes de la restauración capitalista. Catherine Samary

PLURAL. Bienes comunes vs. propiedad privada... en tiempos de pandemias

  • Presentación. Julia Cámara y Miguel Urbán
  • Marx y la propiedad. Isabelle Garo
  • El clima, la energía y el mito de la transición. Daniel Chavez y Sean Sweeney
  • Bienes comunes, deuda y patentes. Éric Toussaint
  • Antes, ya había un antes… ¡ya corrían los ríos! Karla Lara
  • Socializar la vida. Horizontes feministas posneoliberales. Javiera Manzi y Karina Nohales
  • Centros sociales y luchas por el derecho a la ciudad. Comisión de Comunicación de La Ingobernable

FUTURO ANTERIOR Los orígenes del PCE en su centenario. Pelai Pagès

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • La impunidad de nunca acabar. El Proyecto de Ley de Memoria Democrática. Sabino Cuadra
  • El PPdeG y la disputa hegemónica del apoliticismo. Carlos Calvo Varela

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NUEVA SOCIEDAD

2021, Nº 295
AGITACIÓN EN AMÉRICA LATINA

La agitación política y social volvió a instalarse en América Latina y el Caribe. Las protestas, comenzadas en muchos casos antes de la pandemia de covid-19, se mezclaron con diversas crisis políticas y variadas combinaciones de desigualdad y deterioro económico y social. La región enfrenta, además, renovados desafíos económicos y geopolíticos sin proyectos ni visiones compartidas.

ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2021, Nº 17
Recherche et humanitaire: les défis d'une collaboration

En dépit de notables rapprochements et de nombreux travaux menés en commun ces dernières années, acteurs de la recherche et de l’humanitaire continuent de se regarder encore trop souvent avec une méfiance qui puise à une méconnaissance réciproque. Les premiers sont encore parfois perçus comme des donneurs de leçons, confortablement installés dans leur « tour d’ivoire » quand les seconds seraient bien en mal de réfléchir avant d’agir et de s’interroger sur la manière d’utiliser les plus récentes données probantes pour définir leurs actions. Rares sont celles et ceux qui, pour autant, dénient leurs qualités respectives aux uns et aux autres, plus à titre individuel qu’organisationnel.

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ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2021, Nº 16

Début 2018, plusieurs employés d’une organisation non gouvernementale (ONG) britannique sont accusés d’abus sexuels commis en Haïti après le séisme de 2010. Ce qui deviendra « le scandale Oxfam » révèle que l’humanitaire n’échappe pas au fléau des violences sexistes et sexuelles. D’autres ONG, mais aussi des organisations internationales, dévoilent à cette occasion les « comportements sexuels répréhensibles » (« sexual misconduct ») ayant pu être commis en leur sein, à l’encontre de bénéficiaires directs, de populations vulnérables ou d’autres personnels humanitaires. En association-référence au mouvement #MeToo, les hashtags AidToo et ReformAid font leur apparition, devenant les bannières sous lesquelles se rangent celles et ceux qui sont décidés à révéler, à combattre et à sanctionner les abus sexuels commis par des personnels évoluant dans le monde de l’aide internationale. En réaction, plusieurs organisations humanitaires expliquent les dispositifs déjà mis en place ou proposent de réformer leurs procédures de recrutement, de développer les formations sur les violences sexistes et sexuelles ou de revoir les mécanismes de sanction à leur disposition.

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CIDOB D'AFERS INTERNATIONALS, Revista

2019, Nº 121
La construcción de la paz: Colombia como espejo internacional

Tras un largo y costoso proceso de paz en Colombia, el grupo guerrillero Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia-Ejército del Pueblo (FARC-EP) y el Gobierno de Juan Manuel Santos lograron un acuerdo de paz en noviembre de 2016. Pero el fin del conflicto armado con esta guerrilla no significa que la paz se haya conseguido, pues aún subsisten otros grupos que continúan operando en el interior del país. No obstante, el Acuerdo de Paz alcanzado aporta un nuevo modelo en materia de negociaciones de paz y de construcción del posconflicto; y no solo por su foco en los derechos de las víctimas y su modelo de justicia transicional, sino también por la inclusión de una perspectiva diferenciada en el proceso, en especial, respecto al componente étnico, de género y territorial. Todos estos aspectos son analizados en los diferentes artículos que constituyen este número 121 de Revista CIDOB d’Afers Internacionals, cuyo objetivo es arrojar luz sobre los retos y logros de este proceso y acuerdo de paz y plantear si estos pueden servir como modelo.

CIDOB D'AFERS INTERNATIONALS, Revista

2020, Nº 126
Resurgimiento de la derecha en América Latina: nuevas coaliciones y agendas

América Latina ha dado un giro a la derecha. Con la elección de Mauricio Macri como presidente de Argentina en 2015 y, sobre todo, de Jair Bolsonaro en Brasil en 2018, se inició un ciclo electoral en el que América Latina parecía haber dado la espalda a la «marea rosa» liderada por la izquierda que dominó la región desde el comienzo del milenio. El número 126 de Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals busca analizar este fenómeno desde un enfoque integral del poder –que abarca las dimensiones ideológica, económica, militar y política–, así como sus influencias transnacionales, a partir de la siguiente pregunta clave: ¿Qué es nuevo y qué no en la actual generación de actores de la derecha en la región? Los artículos presentados proporcionan una imagen amplia de una derecha regional en transición, en la que muchos de los antiguos centros de poder siguen siendo prominentes (el ejército, por ejemplo, o la religión) pero con roles e identidades transformadas; y donde nuevos actores y medios de comunicación están redefiniendo la derecha latinoamericana del siglo XXI.

VIENTO SUR

2021, Nº 177

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Deuda y migraciones forzadas.Anaïs Carton y Alain Fabert
  • La revolución no será televisada (pero puede ayudar). Series y diversidad en la era del Make America Great Again. Delicia Aguado y Patricia Martínez
  • La centralidad del capital financiero en la solución europea a la crisis. Mats Lucia Bayer

PLURAL. Malestar social y salud mental

  • Presentación. Toni García
  • La vida que puede ser tan poco: vigilancia y supervivencia ampliada. Anselm Jappe, Sandrine Aumercier, Clément Homs y Gabriel Zacarias
  • La privatización del malestar. Manuel Desviat
  • Psiquiatrización, pandemia y Orgullo Loco. Fátima Masoud
  • Cantos de cisne para una dialógica corporal. Martín Correa-Urquiza

PLURAL 2

  • Entrevista a Gavin Walker: El marxismo y los años rojos en Japón. Selim Nadi

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • Educación y emancipación. A propósito de un libro de Marina Garcés. Marc Casanovas

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NUEVA SOCIEDAD

2021, Nº 294
¿QUÉ SABEMOS DE LA INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL?

La inteligencia artificial ya no es parte de un futuro de ciencia ficción; está en nuestras vidas, a veces de manera visible y en la mayor parte de los casos, sin que seamos conscientes de ello. El futuro de la democracia, de los derechos ciudadanos y laborales, y de la capacidad ciudadana para incidir en el rumbo político y social a escala global depende de lo que hagamos con ella.

VIENTO SUR

2021, Nº 176

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Birmania, el frente incandescente de Asia Oriental. Pierre Rousset
  • Palestina-Israel: Entrevista a Thomas Vescovi. Julien Salingue
  • Chile: De la revuelta al proceso. Karina Nohales
  • Litio, cobalto y tierras raras. La carrera por los recursos pospetróleo. Michael T. Klare

PLURAL. Crisis sistémica y estrategias ecosociales

  • Presentación. Juanjo Álvarez y Martín Lallana
  • La insostenible reconstrucción del business as usual. Erika González y Pedro Ramiro
  • Más allá del negacionismo y el neoliberalismo verde, tejer justicia climática. Júlia Martí
  • Entrevista a Thea Riofrancos: La apuesta por un Green New Deal radical. Redacción Viento Sur
  • Estrategias decrecentistas. Luis González Reyes
  • Ecosocialismo: la necesidad de una alternativa revolucionaria. Juanjo Álvarez y Martín Lallana

FUTURO ANTERIOR

  • En el centenario del Desastre de Annual. María Rosa de Madariaga

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • Fútbol y hegemonía. De la Superliga al fútbol popular. Xaquín Pastoriza

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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.

Última entrega

  • African youth demand a seat at the table Voices of young Africans are becoming difficult to ignore.
  • The hashtag revolution gaining ground Africa’s millennials are using technology to drive change
  • Nurturing young leaders Training young African leaders can take societies to great heights.
  • Youth can be agents of positive change Jayathma Wickramanayake, UN youth envoy.
  • Music: Nigeria’s new export Naija beats topping international charts, but dividends are “scattered”
  • Raphael Obonyo From poverty to the pinnacles of power.
  • Phumzile Van Damme A young MP with a mission Standing up for women’s rights in South Africa’s parliament.
  • Cape Town water taps running dry South Africa’s second biggest city averts a water crisis—for now
  • Gwendolyn Myers A peace advocate Mobilising the young for peace and development.
  • Eric Kaduru Agripreneur with a passion Changing youth mindsets about commercial agriculture-
  • William Elong An ICT innovator Scaling up drone manufacture for a global market.
  • Gogontlejang Phaladi A social change activist “Stand up, rise up and push forward.... Refuse to be silent”.
  • Bringing rural women to the frontline Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN Women executive director.
  • Mission accomplished: 15 years of peacekeeping success in Liberia As the last contigents of peacekeepers depart, UN promises to remain engaged.
  • How we disarmed Liberian fighters Lt. Gen. Daniel Opande, first force commander, UN Mission in Liberia.
  • Women: Liberia’s guardians of peace The role of women in bringing and sustaining peace lauded globally.
  • Africa could be the next frontier for cryptocurrency Experts say conditions on the continent are great for virtual currency
  • UN signals new era of partnership with Africa Increased attention may prevent conflict on the continent
  • South African tourism holding steady Tourists undeterred amid reports of historic water crisis in the country’s second largest city.
2018, Nº 4
  • African youth demand a seat at the table
  • Thehashtagrevolutiongainingground
  • Nurturingyoungleaders
  • Youth can be agents of positive change Jayathma Wickramanayake
  • Music: Nigeria’s new export Naija beats topping international charts, but dividends are “scattered”
  • Raphael Obonyo From poverty to the pinnacles of power A Kenyan boy’s odyssey
  • Phumzile Van Damme A young MP with a mission Standing up for women’s rights in South Africa’s parliament
2017, Vol. 31, Nº 3
  • 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