Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Local election observers are the ones who count

21st September 2017 Election observer missions are under fire after the recent Kenyan elections, which most observers declared free and fair – a verdict overturned by... 

Is the media giving a voice to terrorists?

20th September 2017 It has become an almost weekly ritual. A car driving through a crowd, a knife attack, a bombing and a perpetrator with vague links to a terrorist... 

Turning Africa’s youth into peacebuilders

19th September 2017 Violent conflicts are prevalent in African countries with large youth populations such as Mali, Central African Republic and Somalia. In some... 


Morocco and Algeria’s changing roles in managing migration

15th September 2017 Algeria and Morocco are taking a central role in managing migration from Africa to Europe by legalising the stay of sub-Saharan African migrants.... 

No time to waste in implementing Togo’s reforms

13th September 2017 Weeks after their first protest on 19 August that led to two deaths, opposition parties in Togo continue to maintain pressure on the government. As... 

Africa must call for climate change solidarity at the UN

12th September 2017 The African Union (AU) has developed an insurance mechanism to help member countries in the case of extreme weather conditions and natural... 

Kenyatta, Odinga more keen than ever to win

8th September 2017 Kenya’s Supreme Court has been widely – and rightly – hailed for its bold, historic and unprecedented decision last week to annul the 8 August... 

Protecting livelihoods is key to mining the DRC’s riches

6th September 2017 The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has the potential to become Africa’s richest economy, going by the quantities of its natural resources.... 

To achieve equal opportunity, SA needs quality education

4th September 2017 The best way to achieve and maintain equal opportunity in South Africa is through quality education that targets the poor and offers them the means... 

Mali’s suspended constitutional review provides vital lessons

30th August 2017 On 18 August, Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta decided to suspend the referendum procedure to revise Mali’s constitution. His decision was... 

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