The Nigerian government needs to show commitment to the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa by passing relevant laws and allocating funds to women's rights.
Immigation is, in a sense, a compliment to a country, which, in turn, needs to learn how to repay it.
FPIF's Emira Woods will be featured on a panel of the "Global-Local Forum" at UDC's International Education Week.
Under the guise of developing 'climate-ready' crops, the world's largest seed and agrochemical corporations are pressuring governments to allow what could become the broadest and most dangerous patent claims in intellectual property history.
The Rising Continent assesses the performance of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and UN peacekeepers' forces in DR Congo (MONUSCO), and concludes that both failed to live up to their mandate:
Experts from the American Bar Association and the National Lawyers Guild will propose a way forward for both local and international stakeholders in delivering justice to the people of this important African region.
The August 2010 issue of NANO Magazine, highlighting nanoscale research expected to have a positive impact on the developing world, included articles focused on energy generation, disease prevention and water purification.
Join us for this discussion, days ahead of the World Bank/IMF annual meetings to review issues of food sovereignty and land rights in light of the new scramble for Africa.
The direction that Nigeria takes -- towards a future of hope and growth, or one of backsliding and defeat -- depends, to a great extent, on the country's future leadership.
Have we no shame or respect for children's lives in Somalia or even our own country?