Tag: southern Africa

Neither Markets Nor Militaries: On the critical importance of restoring the commons

Pierre Du Plessis , June 17th, 2020


In Southern Africa – where South Africa and Botswana account for two of the most economically unequal countries in the world according to the GINI index – the…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Human Economy Blog , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Unknown , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Human Economy Blog , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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Book Chapter: Women as Mediators in Post-War Mozambique, by Albert Farré

Human Economy Blog , December 29th, 2015


By Albert Farré I wrote chapter 4 of the book Economy For and Against Democracy, edited by Keith Hart and published last month by Berghahn Books – you…


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NEW! — Joe Trapido: Elections, politics, and power in central and southern Africa

Focaal Web Editor , September 2nd, 2015


The conference “Elections in central and southern Africa, dynamics of exclusion and participation,” at SOAS on 26 June 2015, prompts me to some personal reflections. Elections in central…


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HEP Workshop "Land, Money and Human Relations in Southern and Central Africa" 5-6 September 2014

Human Economy Blog , August 29th, 2014


The Human Economy Programme invites you to attend the workshop Land, money and human relations in southern and central Africa:people’s economic strategies combining city and countryside  Conv…


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