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    • Rethinking Unemployment, Skilling the Youth and Refugees in Uganda

      Rethinking Unemployment, Skilling the Youth and Refugees in Uganda0

      On 15th July the world celebrates World Youth Skills day, this is particularly important for Africa where majority of the world’s young people live. Uganda is among African countries with youngest populations, with over 78 percent of its population below the age of 30; almost eight million youth are aged 15-30. The country also happens to

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    • Press Freedoms Under Threat In Kenya

      Press Freedoms Under Threat In Kenya0

      The arrest and detention of two Kenyan bloggers, Robert Alai and Patrick Safari over pictures of dead Kenyan security officers that shared on their Twitter timelines has once again shone the spotlight on government threats to media freedom in the East African country. The pictures posted by the two showed some of the bodies of

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    • Is Zimbabwe headed for another coup?

      Is Zimbabwe headed for another coup?0

      The November 2017 military coup which forced tyrant Robert Mugabe from power is still haunting Zimbabwe, almost 18 months down the line. The remnants of the coup and its footprints will not disappear sooner than we expected. After topping Mugabe, President Emmerson Mnangagwa had an enormous task facing him trying to please his erstwhile conspirators

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    • Caster Semenya, and Fairness in Sport (and Life)

      Caster Semenya, and Fairness in Sport (and Life)0

      If we were to design athletic competition from scratch, how would we proceed? I think, given all the biases we’ve challenged or discarded since the first time athletic competition was tracked (sex, gender, race), we’d hope to find some way to match competitors in a way that created the spectacle required, and rewarded skill and

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