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 Bonn PhD student graduates on ‘The Migrant Labourers in Penang’

In October 2017, RLC Bonn PhD student Lai Wan Teng (Malaysia) successfully defended her doctoral thesis on the topic: “We come. We work. We relate. The migrant labourers in Penang”, conducted in cooperation with TENAGANITA, a Malaysian human rights organization founded by Laureate Irene Fernandez in 1991. After her graduation …

RLC Bonn PhD student Juliet Wanjiku Kamau publishes article on organic agriculture in Kenya

RLC PhD student Juliet Wanjiku Kamau published an article on “Organic and conventional agriculture in Kenya: A typology of smallholder farms in Kajiado and Murang’a counties” together with RLC Campus Bonn coordinator Till Stellmacher, Lisa Biber-Freudenberger and Christian Borgemeister in the Journal of Rural Studies. In this study, smallholder farmers …

Senior Researcher exchange focusing on privatisation and exploitation of natural resources between RLC Chile and RLC Germany

In November – December 2017, Professor Dr. Felix Fuders from RLC Campus Valdivia at the Universidad Austral de Chile, spent a research term at the RLC Campus Bonn. His research focused on the privatisation and exploitation of natural resources, and its effects on economic efficiency, natural environment and on sustainable development. …