As ZANU-PF celebrate election victory in Zimbabwe once again, Modern African Historian Dr Heike Schmidt says there was never any doubt over the outcome, despite the opposition’s legal challenge to the election results….Read More >
Today Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court is hearing an opposition petition seeking to overturn the presidential election result. In a post for The Conversation published yesterday, Professor Heike Schmidt looked at the state…Read More >
In January 2017, more than 40 institutions from Burkina Faso, Ghana and the UK were present in Accra for the BRAVE Project Annual General Meeting.
Dr Eleanor Fisher (SAPD) published ‘The livelihood impacts of cash transfers in sub-Saharan Africa: beneficiary perspectives from six countries’ (2017) World Development 99, pp. 299-319 (with Attah, R., Barca, V.,…Read More >
Current research in the Lake Victoria Basin by Dr Andrew Ainslie, Lecturer in International Rural Development I am part of a team led by the Walker Institute conducting research in…Read More >
Professor Chuks Okereke is leading an ERSC Global Challenges Research Fund Grant to convene an international network on Governing Inclusive Green Economy in Africa (GIGGA). The project will build an…Read More >
By Hannah Parker, Walker Institute, University of Reading During the wet season of 2012 heavy rainfall across West Africa led to flooding with devastating impacts. More than 3 million people…Read More >
By Phil Newton, Research Dean for the Environment Theme, University of Reading ‘Impact sometimes needs to be nurtured over long timescales… there is more to impact than developing case-studies for the…Read More >