NAI in media
- Enorma orättvisor i 25-åriga Namibia
- 22 Mar 2015, Aftonbladet
- Namibia celebrates 25 years of independence and democracy
- 20 Mar 2015, DW.DE
- 25 Jahre unabhängiges Namibia
- 20 Mar 2015, Deutsche Welle (DE)
Meet authors and researchers discussing the trend of African crime fiction and crime in an African setting. The event is in English and open to all. Please register for the event. Program and registration.
Political parties must get serious and Ugandan troops must leave. But it will take more to end the conflict in South Sudan. NAI’s Redie Bereketeab gives six recommendations in this new Policy Note.
Can the Nordic governments be helpful in coming to an end with “life-time” presidents in Africa? Read analysis by Jesper Bjarnesen in Danish journal Udvikling (page 28-31).
The African Guest Researchers' Scholarship Programme is directed at scholars in Africa, engaged in research on the African continent. Female researchers are especially encouraged to apply. More details about the scholarship programme here. Deadline for applications: 1 April 2015 (for a scholarship in 2016).
The search tool AfricaLitPlus brings together books, publications and articles of the NAI Library, plus a selection of other sources for Africa studies, in one place.
Predicting failure as well as flow of infrastructure is a necessary skill in Nigeria. NAI researchers Erik and Ulrika Trovalla’s article is one of the top five most read articles in Journal of Material Culture. And it is Open Access for everyone to download!
Do you want to know more about the upcoming elections in Nigeria? NAI has several film clips with interviews and discussions on YouTube.
NAI researcher Mats Utas explains why it is crucial to be aware of traditions and habits in fighting Ebola. He, as an anthropologist, was adviser to the Swedish mission in West Africa last year.Listen to Stockholm University’s podcast.