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What hope a Zimbabwean uprising?

After Egypt and Tunisia, could President Mugabe be the next dictator to be toppled? Mgcini Nyoni explains why he thinks it’s unlikely.…

  • Mon Mar 14 10:30:00 2011
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All Egyptians are equal, but some are more equal than others

With attempts to mark International Women’s Day thwarted by angry men, Glen Johnson discovers that Egypt’s uprising has yet to improve the situation of its women.…

  • Wed Mar 9 08:39:00 2011
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Daring to Care: Notes on the Egyptian Revolution

Yahia Lababidi reflects on a triumphant People’s Uprising.…

  • Tue Mar 8 04:58:00 2011
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The No-Nonsense Guide to Women's Rights

It is no longer acceptable to live in a world where young girls are taken out of school and forced into early marriage, where women’s employment opportunities are limited, and where the threat of gender-based violence is a daily reality — at home, in the street, at school and at work. -Michele Bachelet, Head of UN Women…

  • Mon Mar 7 07:48:00 2011
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Revolution and the media

What stories are we told? And who's telling them?…

  • Thu Mar 3 07:00:00 2011
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Is it OK for protesters to damage property?

Two activists debate whether property destruction is a valid tactic for bringing about social and political change - plus your chance to join the conversation.…

  • Tue Mar 1 11:52:00 2011
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A journey still not completed

Twenty five years ago, Filipinos got rid of Ferdinand Marcos, the dictator who had ruled the country for twenty years…

  • Thu Feb 24 09:14:00 2011
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Mubarak left. What's next?

Stefan Simanowitz considers the implications of recent events in Egypt and the whole region.…

  • Wed Feb 16 07:37:00 2011
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A rosier Valentine's for Ugandan flower workers

Trade unions improve conditions for African flower workers…

  • Mon Feb 14 11:37:00 2011
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A review of Migritude, a book by Shailja Patel, described as ‘poetry as documentary, non-fiction as testimony’.…

  • Thu Feb 10 05:56:00 2011
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