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Check in on emotional well-being during distance learning

Being homeschooled can be a lot of fun for many, but for some the lack of routine, social interaction, quiet study rooms and quality...

How the legacy of slavery affects the mental health of black Americans today

On July 22, in announcing the federal indictment of Charleston killer Dylann Roof, Attorney General Loretta Lynch commentedthat the expression of forgiveness offered by...

How to support black lives in the UK

It’s no secret that currently there is a riot sweeping across the US because a black man, George Floyd was killed in broad daylight...

Become an ally, let us fight racism together… resources for White people

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on Floyd's neck...

Nottingham City Council statement of solidarity against racism

Following the death of George Floyd politicians, council officials, celebrities, business people and many more Americans have raised their voices to show solidarity against...

Thousands of migrants could be forced to leave UK shortly under current Home Office guidelines

As coronavirus dominates all the attention on news channels and media houses, immigrnts in the UK may be shocked about the UK Government’s guidelines...

This is how the youth is mobilising tech during COVID19

The world’s youngest continent has not been able to avoid the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In Africa, where almost 60% of people are...

Could elections lead to another political crisis in Burundi?

Burundi’s main opposition candidate in this week’s elections, Agathon Rwasa, exudes confidence. His rallies are well attended despite violence meted out against his party...

Risks of delaying Africa’s free trade deal

The African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), launched in 2018, was supposed to be an exciting example of multilateral cooperation against a growing tide...

Security vs efficiency: smart ports in a post-COVID-19 era

Around 90% of Africa’s trade is seaborne. The World Trade Organization has predicted a decline in consumer spending due to COVID-19 that will decrease...

“It’s lucrative”: Zimbabwe’s farmers turn to social media to stop the rot

Since Zimbabwe started lockdown measures on 30 March, farmers have been struggling to sell their produce. With restaurants closed and people staying away from...

One size fits all? Why lockdowns might not be Africa’s best bet.

As cases of the coronavirus increased in Wuhan this January, China took the then drastic step of imposing a lockdown. In a country where...
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