Southern Africa’s revised
firearms protocol is an important step
towards ending conflict and violence.
COVID-19 measures are making
maritime routes the preferred
target for drug smugglers.
How can the many actors involved
be better organised to avoid
duplication and competition?
Should land grabbing be viewed
as a human rights violation
worthy of reparations?
New research shows how communities
can resist the advances of
violent extremist groups.
This seminar discusses results of two
research projects on Tunisia’s future
development and trade prospects.
In the wake of COVID-19, ratifying the
Lomé Charter is key to boosting Africa’s
economic prospects and maritime security.
New research provides insights
into community views about
preventing violent extremism.
New approaches helped break down
barriers and provide a safe space for
listening and building relationships.
As the main regional migration hub,
South Africa's approach is key to
shaping better policy.
Securitised approaches to migration that
restrict the free movement of persons will
make stimulating continental trade difficult.