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Pambazuka News Pambazuka News is produced by a pan-African community of some 2,600 citizens and organisations - academics, policy makers, social activists, women's organisations, civil society organisations, writers, artists, poets, bloggers, and commentators who together produce insightful, sharp and thoughtful analyses and make it one of the largest and most innovative and influential web forums for social justice in Africa.

Latest titles from Pambazuka Press

African Sexualities

Earth Grab A Reader
Sylvia Tamale
A groundbreaking book, accessible but scholarly, by African activists. It uses research, life stories and artistic expression to examine dominant and deviant sexualities, and investigate the intersections between sex, power, masculinities and femininities
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Global NATO and the Catastrophic Failure in Libya

From Citizen to Refugee Horace Campbell
In this elegantly written and incisive account, scholar Horace Campbell investigates the political and economic crises of the early twenty-first century through the prism of NATO's intervention in Libya.
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Queer African Reader

Demystifying Aid Edited by Sokari Ekine, Hakima Abbas
A diverse collection of writing from across the continent exploring African LGBTI liberation: identity, tactics for activism, international solidarity, homophobia and global politics, religion and culture, and intersections with social justice movements. A richness of voices, a multiplicity of discourses, a quiverful of arguments. African queers writing for each other, theorising ourselves, making our ...more
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China and Angola

African Awakening A Marriage of Convenience?
Edited by Marcus Power, Ana Alves
This book focuses on the increased co-operation between Angola and China and shows that although relations with China might have bolstered regime stability and boosted the international standing of the Angolan government, China is not regarded as a long term strategic partner.
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How Europe Underdeveloped Africa

To Cook a ContinentWalter Rodney
Rodney shows how the imperial countries of Europe, and subsequently the US, bear major responsibility for impoverishing Africa. They have been joined in this exploitation by agents or unwitting accomplices both in the North and in Africa.
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Emerging Powers Digest: 14th Edition, 5 December 2014

In today’s newsletter the Emerging Powers project announces a call for grant applications; gives a summary of Zuma's travels to China and the signing of the 5-10 Year Framework on Cooperation between the two countries; highlights Ethiopia's budding textile industry and relations with China; India's growing investment presence in Africa; militarization of the continent by the emerging actors. The news digest also provides analyses and news reports on China's evolving foreign policy and diplomatic relations. Read these and other news items in this week's edition of the Emerging Powers in Africa news digest.

Call for Grant Proposals

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.

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Pambazuka News Broadcasts

Pambazuka broadcasts feature audio and video content with cutting edge commentary and debate from social justice movements across the continent.

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Publications

Fahamu would like to announce the launch of its new Fahamu Books website at http://www.fahamubooks.org. Fahamu Books publishes a growing list of book titles on human rights, social justice, politics and advocacy in Africa, written by well-known African academics, public intellectuals and activists.

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Special reports

Fahamu produces a series of special reports, some of which are published in Pambazuka News, and some of which are made available as separate downloadable documents from this website.

These documents are provided without charge. Please make a donation to enable us to continue to publish these papers. You can make a donation at http://www.securegiving.co.uk/donate_to/fahamu.html

1. Special issue on Rwanda

1 April 2004

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2. Unfinished business - African leaders must act now to ratify the protocol on the rights of women

24 June 2004

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3. The International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Africa: A ‘disastrous’ record

23 September 2004

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4. Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa: A pre-condition for health and food security

20 January 2005

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5. Special Issue on Debt and Africa

10 March 2005

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6. Protocol on the Rights of Women in red, yellow and green

30 June 2005

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7. Focus on G8: Make looting history

7 July 2005

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8. Economic Partnership Agreements: territorial conquest by economic means?

21 July 2005

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9. Aid dependence and the MDGs

8 September 2005

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10. Women’s Rights Protocol: Challenges of Domestication

22 September 2005

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11. WTO Special issue: Will Africa stand firm in Hong Kong?

8 December 2005

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12. Alternatives to neo-liberalism

15 December 2005

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13. Globalisation, trade and justice: special issue

2 February 2006

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14. The silences in the NGO discourse: the role and future of NGOs in Africa

A paper by Issa G Shivji

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15. Globalisation, trade and justice: focus on human rights

1 June 2006

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Editorials from Pambazuka News 2004

Edited by Firoze Manji & Patrick Burnett

This timely book provides an African perspective on development and social justice in Africa, something which rarely finds expression in the mainstream Northern media. The book is a collection of the 2004 editorials of Pambazuka News, and its 46 contributors include such distinguished African intellectuals and activists as Demba Moussa Dembele, Mahmood Mamdani, Adebayo Olukoshi, Kewsi Kwaa Prah, Brian Raftopoulos, Pierre Sané and Ernest Wamba dia Wamba.

You may download chapters from the book below, in pdf format.
CHAPTER 1 Africa and the Process of ‘Undevelopment’
CHAPTER 2 Remembering Rwanda
CHAPTER 3 Joining Hands: Regional Integration in Southern Africa
CHAPTER 4 Not Yet a Force for Freedom: the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa
CHAPTER 5 Resource Exploitation in Nigeria
CHAPTER 6 Discussing the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Heart of Africa
CHAPTER 7 An ‘Unhappy Birthday’: the World Bank and International Monetary Fund Turn 60
CHAPTER 8 The Road Home for Africa’s Refugees
CHAPTER 9 Four Years Down the Road in Zimbabwe
CHAPTER 10 Naming the Darfur Genocide

ISSN 1753-6839 Pambazuka News English Edition http://www.pambazuka.org/en/

ISSN 1753-6847 Pambazuka News en Français http://www.pambazuka.org/fr/

ISSN 1757-6504 Pambazuka News em Português http://www.pambazuka.org/pt/

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