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The Nordic Africa Institute  |  Newsletter 23 March 2016

Peace in the riflescope

NEW BOOK  African peacekeeping forces and the march towards a strategic role.
Ethiopian women queue for water. Photo: Andrew Heavens
Famine could have been avoided
ETHIOPIA  Researcher: "Hunger crisis could have been avoided had the world reacted earlier".
Refugee camp in Tsorona. Photo: Roberto Maldeno
Eritrea’s refugee crisis
POLICY ADVICE  With 5,000 refugees leaving every month, Eritrea is among the world’s fastest-emptying countries. What should the world do?
Basketball in Mogadishu. Photo: Tobin Jones.
Nordic Africa Days
CALL FOR PAPERS  Gender and social change in Africa.
A farce leading to less democracy
ZANZIBAR  Researcher: "Re-run of elections an attempt to legitimate the ruling party".
Growing cities, lack of water
VIDEO INTERVIEW  Providing clean water is a challenge in Africa's growing cities.
Guest Researcher Programme
SCHOLARSHIP  Apply before April 1st!
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Foreign aid to autocratic Africa
NEW BOOK  To what extent is foreign aid perpetuating authoritarian rule?
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. Contact us >>

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