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    WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS – Maritime Safety and Security: Ensuring Safe and Secure Seas in the Indian Ocean

      "There is a dual approach- both risk and opportunity- in maritime safety and security. If there are many benefits to exploitation of seas, this...

    Well-being of Priority Populations in Mauritius

      Tanya Palmyre, Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Officer, Collectif Urgence Toxida (CUT), Harm Reduction, Quatre-Bornes, Mauritius Shatyam Issur, Managing Director, CUT, Mauritius Dr Fiona Grant, Faculty of...

    Event on 27 June 2022 – “Conscripting Communalism: Sociality and Surveillance in Contemporary Mauritius” – Seminar by Assoc Professor Jess Auerbach

      On Monday 27th June, the Charles Telfair Centre gathered more than thirty professionals and academics at the Charles Telfair Campus to engage with Associate...

    La greffe de cornée à l’Ile Maurice, du « néant » à l’autosuffisance excédentaire

      Dr Rémy Jullienne, chirurgien ophtalmologue   « Et si nous pouvions faire soigner nos compatriotes par des chirurgiens mauriciens grâce au don de cornées mauriciennes ;...

    Revisiting The Wakashio Oil Spill: A Youth Perspective

      This article is based on Anupah Makoond’s report entitled Beneath the Wakashio Oil Spill: Exploring the linkages between youth marginalisation, environmental disaster, and resilience...

    Do we need growth at all?

      Selvin Thanacoody – Doctoral Student, School of Economics, University of East Anglia   Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has only started to be used as a measure...

    Taking Seriously the Move to Green Growth: Screening Dimensions of Environmental Progress in African SIDS

      Henri Casella, Senior Environmental Economist Consultant Jaime de Melo, Professor Emeritus, University of Geneva   Usually, countries take better care of their environment as they become richer, both...

    Workshop on Embracing the Challenge of a Sovereign Mauritian Food System: The Case for Regenerative Agriculturee

      “Regenerative Agriculture describes farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity...

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