Policy papers

E.g., 10/16/2021
E.g., 10/16/2021
This paper aims to understand how African governments are working towards inclusive growth in which all youth participate. In particular, we analyse the literature on governmental youth employment policies and programmes in Africa, based on a desk review of academic and grey literature.
In this edition of our newsletter, you will read about how the Women Land Rights Movement is amplifying women's voices to promote their land rights, and the concerns raised by civil society organizations on the halting of operations of 54 NGOs. You will also read about Oxfam's call to countries...
In this newsletter, we raise our concerns on the future of education and Uganda’s children amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. We also call for lasting change for African women and girls, and for accountability for the IMF COVID-19 funds extended to Uganda.
Many governments and companies are adopting net zero climate targets as they recognize the urgency of the climate crisis. Without clear definition, however, these targets risk being reliant on using vast swathes of land in low-income countries to capture carbon emissions, allowing the biggest...
The lifesaving vaccines for COVID-19 - funded largely by the public - has been privatized and monopolised leaving pharmaceutical corporations the power to charge excessive vaccine prices to maximise profit. The cost of vaccinating the world against COVID-19 could be at least five times cheaper if...
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