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    Lecture by Professor Philippe Sands: Chagos Archipelago, the last British Colony in Africa

      Thanjelie Aran, Editorial Assistant, Charles Telfair Centre On the 10th of November, the Charles Telfair Centre in collaboration with the Prime Minister’s Office organised a...

    Understanding the impact of multiple stressors: how COVID-19 and the Wakashio oil spill affected coastal community resilience in Mauritius

      Josheena Naggea, Doctoral Candidate, Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University, USA Amandine de Rosnay, Sustainability Consultant, Dynamia Associates & Developers   While the world...

    What is COP26? Here’s how global climate negotiations work and what’s expected from the Glasgow summit

        Shelley Inglis, Executive Director, University of Dayton Human Rights Center, University of Dayton Over two weeks in November, world leaders and national negotiators will meet...

    Africa should start preparing for the global climate emergency

    Dr Uche Igwe, Senior Political Economy Analyst and Visiting Fellow at the LSE Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa.   For Africa’s voice to be heard in...

    Pour une éthique de la mer

      Anouchka Sooriamoorthy, Docteur ès lettres de la Sorbonne   Les hommes entretiennent un rapport paradoxal, voire schizophrène à la mer. Elle est vénérée, adulée, crainte,...

    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...

    The Scourge of Pesticides Overuse in Mauritius – How Far are we in the Ongoing Ecological Disaster?

      Nitin Rughoonauth, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Mauritius   Mauritius is the biggest user of pesticides per area of cropland in the world....

    CALL FOR PAPER SERIES 2022 : Building Back Towards a Resilient and Sustainable Recovery

      CALL FOR PAPERS 2022 - DEADLINE 17TH DECEMBER 2021 Building Back Towards a Resilient and Sustainable Recovery       The COVID-19 crisis has been a wake-up call for...

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