RSS feeds

What is RSS?

RSS (Rich document format Site Summary) is a standard format for delivering news headlines and summaries which keeps you updated with the latest news from a website. In stead of having to visit various web pages manually, you receive continuous information on new material from an RSS service. An RSS service (or channel) consists of a list of items, each of which contains a headline, a description, and a link back to a web page on the NAI website.

How can I access NAI's material through RSS?

The easiest way is to download and install an RSS reader, which is an application that collects data in RSS format. Modern web browsers, like Firefox, Opera and Safari, have built-in RSS support.

There are also various web services that compile RSS feeds, for example Bloglines.

The Nordic Africa Institute's RSS feeds

You can subscribe to news from NAI's website through RSS. Follow the instructions of your RSS client and use the links below.

Please note that all feeds may contain information both in English and in Swedish.

More information on RSS

More information on RSS and on how it works is to be found for example at Wikipedia.