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In Ethiopia’s Gambella region, refugee encampment policies meet a complex reality on the ground

TweetSince the outbreak of civil war in December 2013, more than 600,000 South Sudanese have fled to neighbouring countries. More than 226,000 of them have made their way to Ethiopia, contributing to the country overtaking Kenya as the country hosting … Continue reading

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“We have lost our hope in politicians”

TweetBurundians recently headed to the polls in a strongly contested election that was boycotted by most of the opposition in protest of the president’s decision to seek a third term. While there has been much discussion of the legitimacy of … Continue reading

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A Jump into the Unknown: What do the elections mean for Burundi?

TweetThese are reflections from a Burundian activist. His name has been withheld for his own security. Burundians have just finished the elections of local council members and parliamentarians. These elections happened in a context of political crisis triggered by the … Continue reading

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Hawa Suleiman: Student Subjected to Severe Torture During Detention in Khartoum

TweetThere is considerable concern about the well-being of Hawa Suleiman , a young activist and a student at Alzaiem Alazhari University arrested during the eviction of  Zahra Women’s  Dormitory  in Khartoum by the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) forces during Eid … Continue reading

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