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    How to ensure global debates about inequality are informed by views from developing countries

      Imraan Valodia, Dean of the Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, and Head of the Southern Centre for Inequality Studies, University of the Witwatersrand   In...

    Mauritius Food and Energy Resilience in a COVID Landscape

      Proceedings of Charles Telfair Centre Launch Panel Discussion - 25th November 2020   A crowd of over 120 gathered on Wednesday 25th November to celebrate the...

    Pesticides : les alternatives existent, mais les acteurs sont-ils prêts à se remettre en cause ?

      Michel Duru, Inrae;  Jean-Pierre Sarthou, Inrae;  Olivier Therond, Inrae et Xavier Reboud, Inrae Les débats en cours autour de la réintroduction provisoire des néonicotinoïdes –...

    How to reimagine our food systems for a post-COVID world

      Sara Farley, Managing Director, Food Initiative, Rockefeller Foundation Sara Scherr, President and Chief Executive Officer, EcoAgriculture Partners The pandemic has laid bare the weaknesses in...

    COVID-19: examining theories for Africa’s low death rates

      Kevin Marsh, University of Oxford and Moses Alobo, African Academy of Sciences   As the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic emerged earlier this year, many felt...

    Africa has a growing food security problem: why it can’t be fixed without proper data

      Simon Roberts, University of Johannesburg and Jason Bell, University of Johannesburg The COVID-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown measures have had a huge negative impact on...

    Past experience of Disaster Risk Management can help Mauritius in tackling the COVID-19 crisis

    Philippe Boullé Former director, United Nations Secretariat for the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction  The effects of COVID-19 extend far beyond the health sector. The pandemic...

    Coronavirus vaccine: reasons to be optimistic

    Zania Stamataki, University of Birmingham   The first coronaviruses known to infect humans were discovered more than half a century ago – so why are there...

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