RLC Bonn: PhD candidate Irene Ojuok and Laureate Tony Rinaudo give talks in FMNR webinar

Together with Right Livelihood Award Laureate Tony Rinaudo, RLC Bonn researcher Irene Ojuok will present her work on Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) in Kenya in a webinar hosted by WorldVision and GIZ on September 2, 2021. For more information on Irenes Ojuok’s work, please check out her chapter on …

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 …

No Women, No Peace: Gender Equality, Conflict and Peace in Myanmar

Myanmar Policy Briefing There has long been a need for a deeper understanding of the intersections of gender, ethnicity and other identities in peace-building and democratisation. Progress on the rights of women and the participation by women’s organisations in conflict resolution and national reform are vital if sustainable peace and …

Cattle Raids in Northern Kenya

by Willis Okumu Cattle Raids and Victimhood at the Household Level: Experiences of Pastoralists Women in Northern Kenya The culture of cattle raiding is a shared practice across the Karamoja Cluster. Pastoralists within this geographical area not only share territory but also use cattle for various significant life events such …