Weiss Architecture Studio

Quis autem vel eum iure reprehenderit qui in ea voluptate velit esse quam nihil molestiae lorem.

Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa





The aim of the CODESRIA Bulletin (ISSN 0850-0712) is to stimulate discussion, exchange information and encourage research cooperation among African researchers. Contributions on theoretical matters, reports on conferences and seminars are welcome. It is distributed free of charge to all social science research institutes and faculties in Africa. Interested individuals and institutions can also subscribe.

With a print run of over 5000 in circulation in Arabic, English and French, the CODESRIA quarterly Bulletin is the most widely read publication in the Council’s titles. It contains articles and debates that have grown in popularity and relevance over the years and which have been widely reproduced in numerous other publications in Africa and elsewhere.



The Book Series is the oldest and most robust series in the Council’s staple of publications, geared primarily at publishing the results of the CODESRIA Research Programme (MWG, NWG, CRN, Conferences and collaborative initiatives) and Training, Grants and Fellowships Programme (Institutes, Advanced Research Fellowships, etc.). The series also accepts unsolicited individual manuscripts deemed to be outstanding contributions to African social research.

CODESRIA Monographs

The Monograph Series is published to stimulate debate, comments, and further research on the subjects covered. The Series serves as a forum for works based on the findings of original research, which however are too long for academic journals but not long enough to be published as books, and which deserve to be accessible to the research community in Africa and elsewhere. Such works may be case studies, theoretical debates or both, but they incorporate significant findings, analyses, and critical evaluations of the current literature on the subjects in question.

CODESRIA Policy Briefs

CODESRIA Working Paper Series

The CODESRIA Working Paper Series disseminates outputs from CODESRIA’s research activities. Working papers constitute work in progress. They provide insights into the breadth and depth of work undertaken by the Council’s various programmes and research networks. These are published to stimulate discussion and contribute to the advancement of knowledge.

WhatsApp RA(CTA)