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5 Dec 2013
Africa | Evictions | Global Cities | megacities | Rights | shanty towns | slums | urban development | urbaniszation | Economic policy | Family | Immigration | International | Society
Cities have become hubs of innovation, capital, and culture. In 2012, 37% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s population were classified as ‘urban’....
4 Dec 2013
Africa | Empowerment | Gender | Land | Ownership | property rights | Rights | shanty town | Women | Economic policy | Family | Immigration | International | Society
A key debate being raised within urban studies internationally includes the power land titling can have to reduce poverty and empower individuals. Formal...
This house believes that civil society should be granted a wider participation in Africa’s political life
4 Dec 2013
Africa | Africa and the west | African civil society | aid | Development | Governance | Family | Minorities | Local government | International | Society
First and foremost, it is necessary to give a clear definition of the concept of civil society. It can be understood as ‘the population of groups formed...
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11 Oct 2013
Digital Freedoms | facebook | internet sites | Privacy | social lives | social networking | Computers & Phones | Internet | Youth | Society | Science
Despite launching as recently as 2004 Facebook has quickly become the biggest social network on the internet. It has more than a billion members of whom half...
10 Oct 2013
Education General | EUROPEAN UNION | free movement of people | immigrant communities | integration | Language | Migration | segregation | Immigration | Minorities | Education | Society
In 2008 Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Germany, surprisingly for a national leader visiting a country with a large number of...