News 2017-03-30T14:53:51+00:00


The complexity of South African Youth & in particular, that of the Black condition

Throughout the month of June, we saw several youth ‘celebrations’ pertaining to one of the most significant turning points in our history - June 16. We need only to commemorate it as a way to remind ourselves that the struggles which the 1976 youth stood up for, persist today.

By | July 10th, 2018|Categories: Newsletter|

Terrorism vs Freedom Fighting in Cameroon

By Kimal Harvey On Friday, the 25th of May 2018, Cameroon’s military court in Yaounde found radio journalist and leader of the country’s English-speaking community, Mancho “BBC” Bibixy, guilty of “acts of terrorism, hostility against the homeland, secession, revolution and insurrection.”[1] On the face of it this case may seem [...]

By | July 3rd, 2018|Categories: Newsletter|

Ready to vote in Zimbabwe? Young and urban residents less likely to say yes

Whilst more than eight in 10 Zimbabweans (82%) say they are both registered and likely to vote in the upcoming elections, young and urban residents trail their older and rural counterparts in readiness to vote, a recent national survey suggests.

By | June 27th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorised|

IJR – Youth Month Campaign

As South Africa continues to celebrate Youth month, help create safe spaces where our young people can continue to talk, share their experiences and find lasting solutions to many of our country's political, social and economic issues. Teach, talk, learn and share with the IJR by donating R100 towards youth dialogues.

By | June 21st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorised|
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