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What solutions for “invisible children” in Africa?

Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Marie Peltomaki “166 million children under-five years of age have never been officially declared globally”, warned UNICEF in 2019. Even if the number of registered births has gone up by 20% in 10 years, it remains particularly low in Africa. Ethiopia only has 3% of its registered births, Zambia […]

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Overview of Feminism’s current situation in Africa

Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Celia Courteix In December 2020, a feminist library opened at Abidjan in Ivory Coast. It aims to give visibility to black female authors of the African continent as their writings often remain marginalised. Similar to many other actions in Africa, this initiative is part of a feminist perspective. By feminism […]

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EndSars, le mouvement social qui a secoué le Nigéria

#EndSARS, a Cry of Anger Over Injustice

Translated by: Marine El Hajji The Special Anti-Robbery Squad, more commonly known as SARS, is a controversial unit of the Nigerian armed forces. Over the years, official public sources have revealed that this unit has committed several acts of corruption and professional misconduct. With all these accusations, the Nigerian government struggled to restore the peace […]

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