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Essay originally drafted for the WPF seminar, ‘What Animates and Challenges the Possibilities for Collective Action today?‘ held in September 2023.

This exploratory paper explores a fundamental question: given acute and self-evident forms of inequality, deprivation, and disenfranchisement (or non-enfranchisement) what form of urban social mobilisation and politics are emerging across sub-Saharan Africa. More specifically, […]

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I recently came across a very interesting research proposal which was focused (in part) on the following question: How do public authorities in Central Africa respond to the displacement and return of refugees and migrants? Public authorities were defined as all forms of authority greater than the family, for instance, clans, religious institutions, aid agencies, […]

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