Harnessing the potential of Africa’s youth is a priority for governments and donors, but progress has been fragmented and slow. In response to that challenge, a multi-donor research initiative aims to generate new and rigorous evidence on how soft skills development and work-based learning may boost economic opportunities for youth.
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It's my right to fix the city : women, class, and the postcolonial politics of neoliberal urbanism in Ibadan, Nigeria
Despite cultural and religious discourses and political violence that presume women's political exclusion, women engage in informal politics to challenge the imposition of neoliberal urban planning.Published dateTuesday, September 2, 2014 - 00:00
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Open data supply chains may comprise multiple intermediaries, and multiple forms of capital may be required to connect the supply and use of open data.Published dateTuesday, June 2, 2015 - 04:00