Thando Gumede: This volume of work is a legal thesis of approximately 10,000 words, looking at the right to basic education for black indigent girls living in rural South Africa; and how their biological predisposition and menstrual cycle are a hindrance to their ability to access education. This thesis aims to create a constitutional obligation […]
Thando Gumede: This volume of work is a legal thesis of approximately 10,000 words, looking at the right to basic education for black indigent girls living in rural South Africa; and how their biological predisposition and menstrual cycle are a hindrance to their ability to access education. This thesis aims to create a constitutional obligation on […]
Josephine Wawira: A type of tourism that has for blue moon remained controversial in relation to its motive, Slum Tourism continues to gain popularity across the world, including African countries such as Kenya and South Africa. This kind of tourism involves tourists visiting poverty stricken urban areas, hereby referred to as slums, to experience firsthand […]
Nairobi, Kenya recently played host to the 14th edition of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. What made the event particularly special, was that for the first time ever, a Youth Forum was also held as part of the event and 250 young people from across the world were invited to attend, participate, […]
Between 17 and 21 July 2016 Kenya is set to welcome other African and world leaders, United Nations officials, business CEOs and managing directors, entrepreneurs, diplomats and many other officials to the city of Nairobi. They will congregate together in order to participate in the fourteenth session of the Ministerial Conference of the United Nations […]
Protection for (endangered) species is not just a moral or ethical necessity, but a sustainable and human development imperative.
Lusanda Beauchamp: Poverty is sexist. It has targeted and entrenched women for centuries, as very few societies in the world allow women to enjoy the same advancing opportunities as men, including the most developed democracies. The most devastating tool of economic apartheid used to keep women impoverished is education, or a lack of access to […]
Austin Barclay McCullough The United Nations recently released the Sustainable Development Goals to guide the world’s global development agenda for the next ten years. This successor programme to the old Millennium Development Goals puts much less of an emphasis on public health measures than its predecessor. This is a big mistake, but it also represents […]