Kenya's prisons are in serious need of reform. Opening the door to private interests is not the solution.
Invisible City [Kakuma], a film about Kenya's largest refugee camps, seems keen on making a point but is anchored on unsteady ground (with some shitty translation).
Mathew Lane Durham's sexual abuse of orphans in Kenya exposes a deeper disfunction with American voluntourism and Christian outreach in Africa.
The planned global Education Outcomes Fund—the UN seems onboard—would create markets for “non-state” providers while guaranteeing profits for private investors that purchase “impact bonds.”
Priya Ramrakha was one of the most prolific photographers of Africa’s independence movements in the 1950s and 1960s. A new book highlights his impact.
In his latest book, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o ventures that colonial and neocolonial rule cannot survive without the work that prisons perform.
Private education companies have sought to cash in on the development game.
What use are academic categories when they reinforce conservative concepts scholars seek to challenge?
When rain falls on a leopard, it does not wash off his spots. The same can’t be said of Kenya’s media and the opposition after Uhuru Kenyatta’s crackdown.
First up, Macron continues his streak of African agitation. This week his target — on Twitter —
What does it mean to simultaneously think through and beyond the nation-state? How does one cultivate a cosmopolitan
Memories of the past is what makes us evaluate the present, as we plan for tomorrow
Kati Kati, the fifth collaboration from One Fine Day Films and Ginger Ink productions, is a
“If you are unhappy with the election results, take your grievances to court,” Kenya’s President Uhuru
Conflict between pastoralists and white landowners in recent months has brought the Laikipia region of Kenya to the
As Kenyans process the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta, competing narratives of resistance vs peace, and
Today Kenyans go to the polls to elect a new President. The campaign has focused on corruption, major infrastructure projects, and spiraling costs
“What are the ingredients that make up a life?” wonders filmmaker Eva Munyiri at the beginning
Politics in many parts of Africa is often understood through a metaphor of eating – a
Though we are not exactly sure what legitimacy they have to ride on, Uhuruto (that’s the