Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا


Actualités sur le CODESRIA

septembre 13 2021


Ebrima Sall, Secrétaire Exécutif Bienvenue au premier numéro de la Lettre d’information du CODESRIA ! Fournir des informations régulières sur le travail du CODESRIA et de ses partenaires tout en stimulant le débat autour des grandes questions auxquelles est confronté le continent africain, tel est l’objectif assigné à cette Lettre d’information du CODESRIA....

décembre 6 2013


par Samir Amin Mandela a quitté ce monde, mais pas le cœur et l’esprit de tous les peuples épris de liberté et d’égalité. Militant de l’ANC dès son plus jeune âge, face à l’apartheid – le racisme officialisé – dont le régime odieux restera l’ami de toutes les Puissances occidentales jusqu’à son dernier souffle, il fait, après les massacres de Sharpeville en 1961,...

décembre 6 2013

For my generation, the death of Mandela marks the end of Africa’s liberation struggle

Thandika Mkandawire Blog Editor LSE’s African Chair Thandika Mkandawire suffered imprisonment for his role in the struggle for the independence of Malawi and 30 years of exile. In this post, he writes about the role Nelson Mandela played in inspiring his generation of political activists. It is difficult to write about Nelson Mandela without sounding...

décembre 6 2013

Hamba Kahle, Madiba : the contestation between symbolism and mythology

The process of mythologizing represents a contestation between symbolism and mythology, writes Firoze Manji. The greatest disservice that we could pay to Mandela is to allow the complexity, courage and humanity of his long life to be reduced to a fairy tale. Mandela represents for so many the finest values of courage, liberation and freedom. Firoze...

décembre 6 2013

The Mandela I Knew

Saths Cooper During my incarceration in the same single-cell block in Robben Island Maximum Security Prison with Nelson Rohihlala Mandela between 1977 to 1982 I got to know him intimately and had the advantage of interacting with him on a daily basis. These were less than ideal conditions, often fraught with the tensions that accompany...

décembre 6 2013

UNCTAD and the Post 2015 Agenda

UNCTAD’s first policy brief on the post-2015 sustainable development agenda highlights the need to reform the global economic and financial system, if the goal of eradicating poverty is to become a reality. The opening paragraph of the Final Act of the first United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD I) reads in part : “The States...

décembre 6 2013

Are Developing Countries Waving or Drowning ?

Y ?lmaz Akyüz More than five years since the outbreak of the global financial crisis, the world economy has shown few signs of stabilising and moving towards strong and sustained growth. While deleveraging continues to stifle private demand, economic activity is further restrained by a fiscal drag in the U.S. and Europe, as governments have turned to...

décembre 6 2013

US interventions in East Africa : from the Cold War to the ’war on terror’

Amrit Wilson During the Cold War years, while British colonialists were being driven out of East Africa, the first US intervention in the region occurred in Zanzibar. It proved to be a model - many aspects of which are being repeated in the ’War on Terror’. In Britain, the attack on the upmarket Westgate shopping mall in Kenya in which 130 people lost...

décembre 6 2013

Caribbean CSOs Speak Out On Dominican Republic Ruling

We the representatives of Caribbean Civil Society Organizations meeting at the XIII IDB Civil Society Reunion in Cali Colombia from the 13th -15th of November 2013 stand in solidarity with the many voices that have been calling for a humane and just resolution to the situation facing the descendants of migrants in the Dominican Republic from 1929...

décembre 6 2013

Nouvelle profanation de la tombe présumée de Thomas Sankara

C’est avec consternation que les membres de la CIJS apprennent, ce 18 novembre 2013 de Ouagadougou, la nouvelle d’une nouvelle profanation de la tombe présumée de Thomas Sankara. Thomas SANKARA a été assassiné le 15 Octobre 1987 en compagnie d’une dizaine de ses camarades, vraisemblablement victimes d’un complot international et local. Le certificat de décès...

décembre 6 2013
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