RLC Alumni Judith Akello on women and functional adult literacy in Uganda

On the international day of women and girls in science, RLC Alumni Judith Akello shares her research with us on: Unlocking the Socio- Economic Development Potentials:  Women’s Experiences of Functional Adult Literacy (FAL) in Northern Uganda Education is a human right that must be accessed throughout life. All ages, adults …

RLC scholar passes thesis on the role of Thai women in an alternative public health model in Thailand

The Right Livelihood College is delighted to announce that Ms. Montawadee Krutmechai, RLC fellowship holder from Bangkok, Thailand, has completed her PhD degree at RLC associate campus Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). Her thesis is a case study on Buddhist Medicine Foundation of Thailand (BMFT), a faith- based organisation that applies …

Fidelis Allen publishes book chapter on “Decolonising African Political Science and the Question of the Relevance of the Discipline for Development”

Fidelis Allen, coordinator of the Right Livelihood Campus Port Harcourt, contributed a chapter to the book “Decolonizing the University, Knowledge Systems and Disciplines in Africa” edited by Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni and Siphamandla Zondi. In his chapter “Decolonising African Political Science and the Question of the Relevance of the Discipline for Development” …

RLC director Prof. Anwar Fazal published Sourcebook for Changemakers

To celebrate his 75th birthday, Prof. Fazal has drafted another multiverse adventure, a selection of initiatives and projects of hope – the right livelihood way. “We live in a world sadly dominated by the trinity of “badness” – the culture of violence, of manipulation and of waste. People everywhere are …