This blog was first published on Research ICT Africa’s website on 31 October. Nation-states the world over are seized with what constitutes the best public policy responses to the Covid-19 […]
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The Food Systems Summit: an opened-ended story
The Food Systems Summit, convened by the UN Secretary General, finally took place on 23 September, when heads of state, civil society organisations, academics and businesses came together in a […]
MSMEs in Uganda far from being resilient – EPRC Study
This blog was first published on Economic Policy Research Centre’s website on 3 August. Uganda’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are “hanging in there” to see the next day […]
Gender, intersectionality and Covid-19
Over the last twelve months, a clear body of evidence has emerged to demonstrate the differing impacts of Covid-19 on women, girls, boys, and men. Across global regions, women have […]
Covid-19 and food security: What is the way forward?
Covid-19 is having a major impact on livelihoods and food security across the globe, with women and those who work in informal economies often the hardest hit. This is the […]
The challenge of governing collaboratively
With the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been confronted to an unknown scenario for which we neither have the scientific answers, nor the health policies, technology or infrastructure. Faced with this […]
Three feminist economic tools to build back fairer after Covid-19
Several reports in the past year documented how the Covid-19 pandemic is exacerbating inequalities between women and men in many areas of life, globally. Commentators warn of a significant leap backwards […]