Do online movements such as #MeToo #HerToo and #TimesUp do enough to address the experiences of all victims of sexual violence?
The dream is wonderful: provide a good education to millions of children growing up in poverty. That’s
As Western government enforce stricter policing of non-native bodies, who who are the activists who will stop them?
Oloibiri is a town located a few kilometers away from the city of Port Harcourt in
EU countries outsource their “migration problem” to mostly authoritarian or unstable regimes. 24 African countries already receive funding to “stem migration.”
Every country in Africa is today less equal than it was in 2010; for the African masses the trickle-down benefits of economic growth have been relatively small.
Why does being in on the joke not slow down the desire to save Africans?
“For me personally, it seems as if modern day slavery is practiced on many farms, and
Microsoft’s Bill Gates and Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, who both double as billionaire philanthropists,
In 2012, the star architect Kunlé Adeyemi unveiled his “floating school” in Makoko, one of more
‘So rich, and yet so poor’—that’s the juxtaposition most journalists turn to when they decide to
In Lesotho, the state and the development industry often see development and macroeconomic growth as synonymous.
On December 16, 2015 Jordanian police stormed a makeshift camp of Sudanese refugees located in central
Despite official neglect, the memory of Chilembwe, a resistance leader, lives on as a symbol of courage and sacrifice in Malawi.
When you have as much money as the Gates Foundation, you can buy your way into some pretty powerful places.
In the aftermath of the Paris attacks, many of Europe’s right wing parties were quick to
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently had 40 African leaders donned in his signature raw silk
The predicted El Niño rains start in September. Kampala is wet in the afternoons and sometimes