In this Sussex Development Lecture, Mohammed Abu-Nimer will share his research and practice on questions - and issues related to advancing reconciliation and forgiveness in the Arab region, as a pathway to building peace and sustainable development in conflict areas.
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Published by: University of Bristol
Freedom of religion and belief is crucial to any sustainable development process, yet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pay...
Published by: Institute of Development Studies
Drawing on research from the Covid-19 Responses for Equity (CORE) initiative, this summary highlights key learning from the Covid-19 pandemic on effective decision-making during crises.
Mapping the Supply of Surveillance Technologies to Africa: Case Studies from Nigeria, Ghana, Morocco, Malawi, and Zambia
African governments are spending over 1US$bn per year on digital surveillance technologies which are being used without adequate legal...
Governments in Nigeria, Ghana, Morocco, Malawi, and Zambia are collectively spending at least $1bn a year on digital surveillance...
In this Sussex Development Lecture, cultural activist Ganesh Devy, best known for the People's Linguistic Survey of India, will discuss three democratic popular movements in India, which have impacted Anthropology, Sociolinguistics and History over the last three decades.