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Energy for Whom? Launch of the new SID report on energy futures in Eastern Africa
According to the International Energy Agency’s Africa Energy Outlook 2014 publication, “More than 200 million people in East Africa are without electricity, around 80% of its...
State of East Africa Report 2016 Consolidating Misery? The political economy of inequalities
PRESS RELEASE State of East Africa Report 2016 Consolidating Misery? The political economy of inequalities ‘People do not eat GDP’: Even as the economies of EAC member states...
Trade vs Health – WHO opens the door to big business while trying to protect babies.
PRESS RELEASE * Trade vs Health – WHO opens the door to big business while trying to protect babies. 69th World Health Assembly, Geneva, 28th May, 2016 This week’s World Health...
Indian tea workers, a life without dignity
Based on a GNRTFN fact finding mission (FFM), A Life without dignity – the price of your cup of tea highlights the human rights violations and abuses that India’s tea plantation...
Progress Incorporated: The dominant development paradigm in Rwanda is at a crossroads
It must always come as a shocker to anyone whenever Rwanda is declared the most unequal country in East Africa. The country is a model for development and its supporters vouch for...
The Lesson from Davos: No connection to reality
By Roberto Savio ROME, Jan 27 2016 (IPS) - The rich and the powerful, who meet every year at the World Economic Forum (WEF), were in a gloomy mood this time. Not only because the...
The Struggle for Equity: Rights, food sovereignty and the rethinking of modernity
Editorial preview, Development Vol. 57.3/4 'Inequalities' by Stefano Prato | Disparities between the rich and the poor are not an element of novelty, as the quote from Plutarch...
Nairobi is the trade battleground during WTO-MC10 meeting
Leonard Wanyama | If you think the only war Kenya faces is that of terrorism against the Al-Shabaab, you are either dead wrong or walking around with your eyes blind open. Recent...
G20’s plan for infrastructure financing poses serious challenges to developing countries
Maria Romero, Eurodad | One of the three priorities of the 2015 Turkish presidency of the G20 is “investment for growth”. The aim is to “lift the global growth potential” through...
SID Kenya inequality project: Call for expression of interest
The Society for International Development (SID) is pleased to announce its intention to commission an end of project evaluation for the Kenya Inequalities project. Kenya...
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