GovInn’s former emerging researcher Emma Asige talked to SABC’s Morning Live about the South Sudanese Humanitarian crisis.
‘Repatriating migrants misses the point. Systemic issues need to be tackled’, by Chris Nshimbi on Power 98.7
GovInn’s Co-Director Chris Nshimbi talked to Power 98.7 about ‘Repatriating migrants misses the point. Systemic issues need to be tackled’.
GovInn’s Co-Director Chris Nshimbi talked to the Voice of the Cape on The Repatriation of African migrants.
Damien Jourdain is a CIRAD Agricultural and Natural Resources Economist,
working with the UMR “Water Management, Uses, Actors” (G-EAU). He
holds a PhD in Agricultural, Food and Rural Development Economics from
the University of Montpellier.
‘Guide for co-elaboration of scenarios: Building shared understanding and joint action for reform and security of forest tenure’, by Robin Bourgeois
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Robin Bourgeois published the ‘Guide for co-elaboration of scenarios: Building shared understanding and joint action for reform and security of forest tenure’ with The Centre for International Forestry Research.
In his latest Op-Ed in The Conversation, GovInn Deputy Director Chris Nshimbi says the decision to repatriate the migrants in precarious condition from Libya is a welcome pragmatic intervention that fails to consider the fundamental causes of human flight from Africa.
‘Cape Town should serve as a wake up call for managing water in South Africa’, by Magalie Bourblanc in The Conversation
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Magalie Bourblanc published the article ‘Cape Town should serve as a wake up call for managing water in South Africa’ in The Conversation.
The University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Press, SALO and the University of Pretoria invite you to the launch of Zimbabwe’s Predatory State: Party, Military and Business By Jabusile M. Shumba
GovInn Deputy Director, Chris Nshimbi, contributed an article on regional governance regimes and labour mobility in Africa in the latest issue of the ECDPM’s Great Insights magazine.
The objective of the research project MIGRAFRICA (Determinants and drivers of migration in Africa) is to develop a regional overview of the main determinants and drivers of migration in SSA focusing on the structural causes of rural out-migration. It presents the main finding analytically and graphically in a working paper, an in-depth case study and an Atlas focused on the main migratory trends and drivers from, across and to SSA. The publications will be in both English and French.