2014-12-18, Issue 707
The 8th Pan African Congress has been rescheduled to March 2015. Writers, researchers, academics and everyone else interested are invited to send in articles covering a broad range of themes.
2014-12-04, Issue 706
The Emerging Powers in Africa Project is issuing a call for grant proposals. The grants are aimed at examining the political, economic, social and cultural impact of the emerging powers footprint in Africa. The grant is specifically related to empowering civil society actors in gaining the appropriate knowledge and developing the necessary tools to articulate an informed perspective on the emerging powers in Africa and the corresponding impact. Click here for details.
Strengthening Cameroonian Citizen’s Participation in Policy Development, Implementation and Monitoring within the African Union
2014-11-13, Issue 702
This call for proposals is open to NGOs, CSOs, NGO networks and social movements who seek to popularize, monitor and advocate for the ratification of key African Union legal instruments and implementation of policy standards in Cameroon. Find details in English here. The French version is here. For Proposal Application documents and other details, go here.
2014-11-06, Issue 701
The November issue of the International Refugee Rights Initiative’s Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter (formerly the Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter) is out. Find the full newsletter here.
Special Issue: Transition Justice in Africa - Challenging contemporary knowledge, narratives and praxis
2014-09-22, Issue 699
Pambazuka News invites articles on the question of Transitional Justice in Africa to help readers make sense of the debate in order to effectively play their roles as citizens of Africa.
2014-10-03, Issue 696
The Transitional Justice Tafakari Forum Date: 6-10th October 2014 Venue: Kampala Theme: Towards a self sustaining Transitional Justice in Africa Fahamu in its efforts to create spaces for dialogue and debate to amplify Africa-centred voices, perspectives and solutions has partnered with Refugee Law Project, a Uganda based organisation to organise a dialogical space for conversation and reflection on the complexities of the current transitional justice policies and processes in addressing the concerns of post-conflict societies in Africa. The forum brings together representatives from the Civil Society, legal scholars/practitioners, researchers, anthropologists, economists, sociologists and activists working with communities that have been victims of collective violence from Burundi, Kenya, South Sudan and Uganda. The Tafakari Forum happening on the 6-7th October 2014, at At Speke Resort Munyonyo, Kampala, Uganda followed by an Oral History Tour in Northern Uganda on the 8-9th, 2014. It aims at realising the following: • Advance on the ongoing critical analysis of Transitional Justice mechanisms in Africa to unearth their complexities, contestations and contradictions in promoting accountability for past atrocities, justice for victims of violence and reconciliation; • Deriving of context-based action points in promoting self-sustaining Transitional Justice processes that are considerate of the African realities and contexts. You can follow the conversations on Twitter #TransitionInAfrica and on live streaming at http://www.ustream.tv/broadcaster/19024495 and engage in this crucial Pan Africa dialogue.
2014-09-18, Issue 694
Oxfam, Fahamu and the State of the Union Coalition (SOTU) have pleasure in inviting you to a breakfast celebrating the of the forst country report under the Raising Her Voice project analysing the implementation in Kenya of the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa. Please save the date in your diary. Further information will follow shortly. Please contact Moreen Majiwa: e-mail: email@example.com tel: 0700932170 with any queries in the meantime. WHEN 30 September 2014 WHERE Villa Rosa Kempinski, Chiromo Rd. Nairobi, Kenya TIME 8.00AM -11.30AM
2014-09-11, Issue 693
The African Centre for Migration & Society, at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, invites applications for an interdisciplinary Master of Arts in Migration & Displacement at the continent’s leading academic institution on migration. Based in the School of Social Sciences, the African Centre for Migration & Society) is an interdisciplinary, internationally engaged and Africa-based centre that shapes global discourse on human mobility and social transformation. Our MA in Migration & Displacement encompasses public health, political science, sociology, urban planning, development studies and other disciplines. ACMS enrols a maximum of 20 students each year and limited tuition scholarships are granted. Please visit http://www.wits.ac.za/prospective to APPLY ONLINE For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.migration.org.za Closing date: 30 September 2014
2014-08-07, Issue 691
The African Grantmakers Network (AGN) invites you to the Third Biennial Assembly to be held in Accra, Ghana on 17th - 19th November 2014 and hosted by the African Women's Development Fund (AWDF). It will bring together leaders in philanthropy to discuss actions that will contribute to and sustain the growth of African economies through philanthropy development. Click here for details.
2014-07-10, Issue 689
The next Pan African Congress will be held in four months time. Nations, organizations and individuals from around the Pan African world are invited to offer support prepare for this event
2014-07-31, Issue 689
The goal of the Pre-congress meeting is to mobilize Pan African organizations and activists in North America to organize and engage in the process leading up to the 8th Pan African Congress to be held in Ghana in November
2014-07-03, Issue 688
Ten sponsored places are available for applicants for this course that intends to strengthen civil society's understanding of and engagement with Global South nations whose presence is growing in Africa
2014-03-20, Issue 688
Pambazuka News needs volunteers to translate articles. Published weekly in English and French, and every 15 days in Portuguese, our electronic newsletter sometimes translates articles from one language to another. Through this, we aim to break down language barriers, give more audience to relevant analysis for our contributors and encourage exchanges between linguistic communities in Africa and around the world. In this Pambazuka is unique. To deal with our increasing translation needs, we are looking for volunteers to strengthen our team of volunteer translators who assist us in this task and contribute to what Pambazuka is. We engage to sign all translated articles with the name of their authors. If you are a student or professional translator, we are counting on you. Write to the editors at the following address: email@example.com
2014-06-05, Issue 687
The special issue on the DRC seeks to expose not only the realities of war that continue to have a traumatic and tragic impact on the lives of those directly affected, but also to address the complex realities and issues that the Congolese have faced in the past since the assassination of its valiant leader, Patrice Lumumba
2014-05-15, Issue 686
Pambazuka News invites articles on the vexed question of GMOs and food sovereignty in Africa to help readers make sense of the debate in order to effectively play their roles as citizens
2014-06-26, Issue 684
‘Global NATO and the catastrophic failure in Libya’ by Horace Campbell DATE AND TIME: Friday, 27 June, 2014 at 5.00pm VENUE: The Professional Centre, Parliament Rd, Nairobi ‘Meticulously researched and documented, Horace Campbell’s analysis convincingly connects the dots between NATO’s botched criminal operation in Libya, the global capitalist crisis, and the Western project for the recolonization of Africa. An essential handbook for Pan-Africanists and for the international peace and justice movement’. Norman Girvan, Professor Emeritus, University of the West Indies. A regular and long-time contributor to Pambazuka News, Horace Campbell holds a joint professorship in the Department of African American Studies and the Department of Political Science at Syracuse University.
2014-04-17, Issue 680
Pambazuka News proposes to address migration dynamics in a special issue in late June. Analysis may include historical, cultural, economic, psychological, developmental, social, legal and political dimensions of this age-old phenomenon.
2014-03-13, Issue 678
What kind of Africa do women, youth, trade union activists, environmentalists, human rights, LBGTI and sex worker activists envision? What are the dreams of African writers, poets, scientists, engineers, agronomists, musicians for the continent in 50 years time? Pambazuka would like to hear from you.
2014-05-08, Issue 677
The May 2014 issue of the Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter is now available: http://frlan.tumblr.com/post/84538357477/may-2014 Please help us distribute it, and consider contributing in the future. You can also like our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter!
FEATURING LIVELY Q&As WITH THE FILMMAKERS FOLLOWING EACH SCREENING
2014-04-10, Issue 674
The forthcoming African Odysseys programme will feature screenings of inspirational films by and about the people of Africa, followed by question and answer sessions with the film directors
2014-02-13, Issue 673
How has Rwanda fared in the past two decades since the 1994 genocide? And what does the future hold for this nation of 11 million people? Pambazuka News invites articles for a special issue to be published in April
Evaluation of the Fahamu transition plan: 01/09/2012-31/12/2013
2014-03-27, Issue 671
The proposed external evaluation seeks to find out to what extent members of the Board of Trustees, Senior Management Team and other members of staff of Fahamu have implemented recommendations provided by the Change Manager as part of the transition process of the organisation
2014-03-06, Issue 668
The March 2014 issue of the Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter is now available: http://www.refugeelegalaidinformation.org/fahamu-refugee-legal-aid-newsletter Please help us distribute it, and consider contributing in the future. You can also like our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter!
2014-01-16, Issue 665
In February, Pambazuka News plans to carry a special issue dedicated to the LGBTI situation in Africa. Send in your contribution
2014-02-06, Issue 664
The February 2014 issue of the Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter is now available: http://frlan.tumblr.com/post/75310536177/february-2014 Please help us distribute it, and consider contributing in the future. You can also like our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter!
2013-12-19, Issue 659
The Editorial Team would like to notify our readers, contributors and other partners that Pambazuka News will take a break from December 20, 2013 to January 6, 2014. We will publish the next issue on Thursday, January 9, 2014. We sincerely thank you all for your generous support for Pambazuka News and look forward to continued collaboration in the coming year. Happy holidays. The Editors
2013-12-05, Issue 657
The December 2013 issue of the Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter is now available: http://frlan.tumblr.com/ Please help us distribute it, and consider contributing in the future. You can also like our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter!
2013-11-06, Issue 657
Pambazuka News seeks to commemorate 41 years since the death of this important African political thinker. The Editors invite articles for a special issue on his life and work
Matisse Bustos Hawkes
2013-11-26, Issue 656
A new six-part video series from WITNESS provides practical tips and insight from activists, survivors and experts on interviewing techniques, creating appropriate questions, safety and security, and the effects of trauma on survivors of sexual and gender-based violence. The video series accompanies our written guide on Conducting Safe, Effective and Ethical Interviews with Survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence.
2013-11-07, Issue 653
The Pan African Lawyers Union (PALU) is developing a Directory of individuals, organizations and law firms offering or ready to offer pro bono legal representation, or any other form of legal aid, to indigent clients appearing before African continental and (sub) regional Courts and tribunals. This Directory will also include any established funds or facilities offering pro bono legal aid.| 1-30 | 31-60 | 61-90 | 91-120 | 121-150 | 151-180 ... Next