July 2016Kids Prepared For Disasters
If it could be done in Brazil, why couldn’t it Mozambique? This is the story of Tito Bonde, whose experience on Rio de Janeiro inspired him to push forward with the idea of teaching disaster risk reduction to children in Mozambique.
July 2016Being a better advocate locally by looking internationally
A local problem, a global perspective and new strategies to tackle it. This is the story of Venessa Padayachee, a South African human rights advocate that set out to defend the rights of inmates in the overcrowded Pollsmoor prison in South Africa.
July 2016Chuluke Chuluke: Community Radio and Agricultural Policy Making in Malawi
Relevant evidence, key people and convenient media at the right moment. This is a story about a Malawian journalist that set out to inform candidates’ proposals on agriculture in the run up to the last Presidential elections in 2013
March 2016Fruits from Comparing Apples and Oranges
Apples and oranges may have more in common than we realize at first. With a clear research topic in mind, when one looks past the comparability of the two regional or country contexts, there are new and exciting similarities to be found. Article by Shandana Khan Mohmand, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.