Nigerians fleeing extremist violence at home take refuge across the border in Niger among an already fragile population. Together they proceed to carve out a way to live better lives for now.
The consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine for African food security and the need for greater food sovereignty.
The dire, often fatal, conditions that African, and in this case specifically Kenyan, domestic workers are facing in the Middle East.
In Northern Cyprus, African students, many of them Nigerian, study diligently for tertiary degrees while juggling multiple income streams in a peer-to-peer system for collective survival.
The harrowing execution of Patrick Lyoya, a Congolese refugee in Michigan, and the unfulfilled promise of resettlement in America.
Politics is about effectiveness, and casting youth as a political subject (rather than simply a demographic), is a bad way to do politics.
Mexico is fighting to regain sovereignty over its energy future, and African Leftists would do well to look to it for some answers.
Cape Town-based activist Axolile Notywala wants to bring people from different backgrounds together to build a movement on what it means to be free in South Africa.
To preserve biodiversity, protected area lands should be returned to African indigenous communities who play an essential role in conservation.
Platinum holds promise for a net-zero future. But the promise of platinum cannot be founded on the broken promises endured by those who live in its spaces of extraction.
To understand why it is single young men that are the primary target of Britain’s deportation of asylum-seekers to Rwanda, we need to revisit the country’s history.
The nature of the business makes it hard to hold investors accountable when they do wrong.
Discriminatory COVID policies, increasing cost of living, and diminished purchasing power in China have pushed some Africans to return home, but others are not leaving just yet.
The University of Stellenbosch in South Africa treats racism as an issue that must be soft-soaped to avoid alienating white people.
On this week's AIAC podcast: After an upswing before the pandemic, the global climate justice movement currently looks stuck. What kind of climate politics can appeal to the majority of people?
The wives of (former) heads of state form an important part of the political elite in Guinea, considerably shaping the country’s sociopolitical and economic past and present.
How Africa’s pension funds risk becoming instruments of Africa’s neoliberal takeover.
As coal is dying we must be prepared to absorb the transferable infrastructure of this industry and re-tool it for use in the emerging economy.
Why South Africa needs to democratize its labor movement.
On this week's AIAC Podcast: A decade after the Arab Spring, Egypt faces troubled times. Could we see another uprising?