Africa Research Institute (London)

An independent, non-partisan think-tank based in London.

Website: http://www.africaresearchinstitute.org/


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March 11

  • Africa: In Conversation With Susan Parnell [analysis]

    Ahead of the launch event for 'Africa's Urban Revolution', a new volume from Zed Books, we sat down with the book's co-editor Susan Parnell to discuss the state of the continent's... Read more »



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February 27

  • Africa: Africa's Urban Revolution - a Review [book review]

    Africa's Urban Revolution is both an ambitious title and an ambitious endeavour. Contained within just over 300 pages is a detailed account of the revolution - or revolutions -... Read more »



February 25

  • Africa: Africa's Urban Revolution [analysis]

    On February 20th, Jo Beall (British Council) and Sean Fox (University of Bristol) led a panel discussion on how conflict and population growth affect Africa's urban spaceurban. Read more »



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January 17

  • Somalia: An Update On the Remittances Saga [analysis]

    Since the announcement by Barclays in May 2013 that it intended to close the bank accounts of all but 19 of its 165 clients in the remittance transfer business, following the... Read more »



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December 17, 2013

  • Kenya: Hannah Gibson [interview]

    Irene Karanja is Executive Director of Muungano Support Trust (MuST) - a Kenya-based federation of slum dwellers which works with the urban poor. Read more »



December 11, 2013



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November 27, 2013

  • Kenya: A Brief History of Exclusion [analysis]

    Amidst great optimism about the potential for Africa's cities to drive economic prosperity, Steve Ouma, Director of Pamoja Trust, offers a historical insight into the growth of... Read more »



November 18, 2013

  • Burundi: Funding Burundi's Revenue Authority [analysis]

    The idea that revenue authorities are central to building viable and accountable democracies is gaining greater traction in sub-Saharan Africa. Governments are recognising that the... Read more »



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October 31, 2013

  • Africa: Taxing Africa [analysis]

    Anglophone countries have led the way in reforming tax administration in Africa, considerably more so than their francophone peers. The reasons for this are numerous. Networks of... Read more »

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