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The Nordic Africa Institute | 29 January 2016
AFTER THE OIL RUSH
Angola’s oil industry generated US$ 468 billion in 13 years. But where did all the money go?
Changes don’t come easy
The upcoming elections are not likely to bring change.
One man’s war on corruption
It seems as if President Buhari's promise to fight corruption was not just cheap talk.
Shades of Africa
High-quality research on Africa with strong links to policy and practice.
Military wives ignored
Soldier's spouses hover between military and civilian worlds. New report by Maria Eriksson Baaz and Judith Verweijen.
Collaboration with Freedom Park
The Nordic Africa Institute and Freedom Park in Pretoria have a joint project in the pipeline.
Gender challenges in Africa
CALL FOR PANELS
The Nordic Africa Days 2016 in Uppsala 23-24 September has a thematic focus on gender. March 3rd is the deadline for panel proposals.
Meet the NAI family
The Nordic Africa Institute has produced research and information about Africa for more than 50 years. But who are the people behind this work? In a new series of mini-interviews, our followers on Facebook will get glimpses into the everyday realities of our researchers.
The Nordic Africa Institute
is a center for research, documentation and information on modern Africa, based in Uppsala, Sweden, and jointly financed by Finland, Iceland and Sweden.
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