Britain should do more to provide access to justice for African communities harmed by British companies. A 2015 report concluded that UK companies (including 16 FTSE 100 companies) were responsible for 18 cases of serious human and environmental rights abuses across Africa.
As the world reflects on the passing of Kofi Annan, a new generation of activist musicians face obstacles to enjoying their freedom of expression … More Freedom of expression and Africa’s new activist musicians
Our African identity as part of the diaspora should be as important as our other identities. We are here because of our ancestors’ struggles, optimism and yearning. We are our ancestors’ wildest dreams! … More Reflections on Emancipation – a voice from the Diaspora
Nigeria now has the largest number of people living in extreme poverty (less than $1.90 a day). By 2030, 90% of the countries living in extreme poverty will be in Africa. Are human rights part of the answer? … More Extreme poverty in Nigeria: Are human rights part of the answer?
Human rights and tech can be compatible without the need to undermine either. … More Social media and human rights: Are nervous African governments disrupting freedom of expression?
How are the respective countries of the six African refs at World Cup 2018 perceived in relation to fair play and human rights? … More 6 African refs at World Cup 2018: Is there fair play in their countries?
A win for children’s rights in Malawi; acquittal for former Congolese vice-president … More A win for children’s rights in Malawi; acquittal for former Congolese vice-president