Newsletter from the Nordic Africa Institute

The digital newsletter of the Nordic Africa Institute is aimed at all those who wish to receive regular information on the activities of the Institute, its research, publications and various events on issues related to modern Africa. The newsletter contains comments on current events of importance to Africa.

The newsletter is sent approximately eight times a year. Our newsletters 2003-2014 are archived and not available online.

2018

Opposition wins power in Sierra Leone, Sahel conflict has gone worse from bad, and young political activism. This and much more in our newsletter from 27 April, 2018.

South Africa under Ramaphosa's leadership, Burkina Faso - a target of violence and an interview with guest researcher Josephine Kaviti Musango about access to energy. This and much more in our newsletter from 26 March, 2018.

Trade equality lessens Africa’s aid dependency, counteracting increased militarisation in Africa and George Weah is the new president in Liberia. This and much more in our newsletter from 28 February, 2018.

2017

Ten African observations for 2018, call for panels Nordic Africa Days, our top three articles, books and YouTube-clips. This and much more in our newsletter from 22 December 2017.

African street literature, about the elections in Zimbabwe and Kenya, and, a new head of communications.
This and much more in our newsletter from 30 November 2017.

2016

War on corruption in Nigeria, oil money in Angola, and the upcoming elections in Uganda
This and much more in our newsletter from 29 January 2016 (also available as pdf).

2015

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