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Collected in our link collection A Guide to Africa ...
Reference source on national liberation in Southern Africa and the role of the Nordic countries. By NAI.
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Hellsten, Sirkku K., Senior Researcher and Professor
Subject areas: political economy, human rights, governance, democracy development, elections, gender, African philosophy and value systems
Geographical areas: Eastern and Southern Africa, particularly Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Uganda, Somalia
Udelsmann Rodrigues, Cristina, Senior Researcher
Subject areas: Urban transformation, youth, rural-urban migration, urban strategies
Geographical areas: Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, São Tomé and Príncipe.
Iina Soiri is director of NAI since 1 March, 2013. Prior to her appointment, she worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Finland as a senior advisor on development policy and served in the Embassy of Finland in Dar es Salaam as senior expert on governance 2006-2010. Iina has spent 20 years on the African continent as an activist, diplomat, consultant and researcher working for both civil society organizations and public sector. She has a special experience working with women in post conflict countries like Angola, Mozambique and Namibia and a special interest for local governance and democracy. Iina Soiri has a Master of Social Sciences from the University of Helsinki, Finland. She speaks fluent Finnish, English, Swedish and Portuguese.