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The Nordic Africa Institute | Newsletter 31 May 2016
Polarized view on Rwanda's consensus politics
On one side you have the praised development achievements. On the other you have the disputed idea of consensus politics.
An oasis for stats lovers
THE NAI LIBRARY.
At some point, in almost any research, statistics becomes interesting. That's when researchers fall in love with our library.
Witchcraft and witch killings
People living with albinism are in particular victims of witchcraft practices.
From top-down to flexible cooperation
Development support should focus on flexible constellations.
So far two ambassadors have tried NAI's new coaching program.
Lessons learned from
African unity pioneers
On Pan-Africanism, African Diaspora and African Development.
Findings on security and development
Labels like ‘radicalization’ can encourage further radicalization. One of many findings drawn from SIPRI's conference on Security and Development.
"Important actors can't come into the country"
NAI-researcher Angela Muvumba Sellström interviewed by Al Jazeera and BBC.
The Nordic Africa Institute
is a center for research, documentation and information on modern Africa, based in Uppsala, Sweden, and jointly financed by Finland, Iceland and Sweden.
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