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Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa

CODESRIA Bulletin, Nos 1 & 2, 2012

CODESRIA entered the year 2012 with a new Executive Committee, a new President and a new Vice President, all of whom were elected during the 13th General Assembly of the Council held in December 2011 in Rabat, Morocco. The new President is Professor Fatima Harrak of the Institute of African

The African Journal of International Affairs (AJIA) is a bi-annual refereed publication of CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal. It serves as a credible platform for critical thinking, research and policy-relevant knowledge on African international affairs in relation to inter-state, regional and trans-territorial relations, issues and diplomacy, Africa’s political economy, Africa’s relations with

Are you an African PhD student? Or an early career African scholar? If so, consider submitting your best article to African Affairs and you could be considered for the African Author Prize. The Prize is awarded every second year, and African Phd students in overseas universities and African-based authors at the

Every new century comes with its own challenges. Although the rapid changes in virtually all spheres of life make it difficult to clearly identify all the challenges that Africa will face this century, the fact remains that Africa has a lot to contend with, there are many global issues that

The year 2011 is the year of the 13th General Assembly of CODESRIA. The General Assembly is the highest governing organ of CODESRIA. It is the body that makes the most important policy decisions of the Council, elects the Executive Committee, and elects the President and the Vice President of

Africa Media Review (AMR) provides a forum for research and debate on communication theory, policy, and practice in Africa. The journal seeks to raise awareness and understanding about the interconnections between media, communication and social processes in Africa, and how these shape and are affected by policies and practices at

Africa has been given different derogatory names by the West. It was at one time called the Dark Continent! In the year 2000, the Economist in a major article came out screaming “Hopeless Africa”. It had its own motivations and evidence: “At the start of the 19th century, Freetown was

This issue of the CODESRIA Bulletin focuses on child and youth studies. All the articles, except the last one by Francis Nyamnjoh, were ‘think pieces’ first presented at an international conference on the theme: ‘New Frontiers of Child and Youth Research in Africa’, held in Douala, Cameroon, on the 26