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    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...

    COVID-19 and the Opportunity of a New Social Contract for Mauritius

      Roukaya Kasenally, Associate Professor in Media and Political Systems, University of Mauritius In her research on the Mauritian democratic system, Roukaya Kasenally highlights a system that...

    Pandemic underscores burden women carry doing paid and unpaid reproductive labour

      Odile Mackett, University of the Witwatersrand Debates about women’s unpaid reproductive labour have been going on since the first woman received cash for her services....

    Leadership, Culture and Networks: the Charles Telfair Campus’ transition to online delivery during COVID-19

      Office for Innovation, Learning, Teaching and Research (ILTR), Charles Telfair Campus - Odylle Charoux, Director of Innovation and Change Management; Shafiiq Gopee, Head, Office...

    Design global, manufacture local: a new industrial revolution?

      Vasilis Kostakis, Harvard University and Jose Ramos, Victoria University What if globally designed products could radically change how we work, produce and consume? Several examples...

    The Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) as a Catalyst for a Quantum Leap in Economic Development – Can Mauritius benefit?

      L. Amedee Darga, Managing Director, StraConsult The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) ambitions to develop a single African market for goods and services. Amedee...

    Graduating to Advanced Economy status: Enablers and Challenges for Mauritius

    Ali Mansoor, Chairman of the Regional Multidisciplinary Centre of Excellence (RMCE).   As Mauritius battles with the economic impact of the current pandemic, its aspiration to...

    Resilience and change in times of crisis: Curtin University’s experience as a values led organisation

      Professor Lina Pelliccione, Pro-Vice Chancellor Curtin Mauritius, Professor Linley Lord, Pro-Vice Chancellor Curtin Singapore, and the Curtin University Risk & Assurance Team In this paper,...

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