Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Will next week’s migration compact be global?

6th December 2018 The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is a comprehensive document that covers different aspects of migration and... 

To stop violence, we must raise our children differently

5th December 2018 Biology shapes violence. In a significant review of the literature, Robert Sapolsky shows that human actions are shaped by environmental stimuli... 

Gabon’s Constitutional Court again protects the ruling party

5th December 2018 On 14 November, Gabon’s Constitutional Court president Marie-Madeleine Mborantsuo announced a constitutional amendment addressing instances when... 


Can East Africa sustain its promising anti-corruption efforts?

3rd December 2018 The arrest and prosecution of Kenya’s second highest judge is the latest in a crackdown on high profile cases in the country’s tough... 

The perplexities of human trafficking in South Africa

30th November 2018 The extent of South Africa’s human trafficking problem – also known as trafficking in persons – remains an ‘elusive statistical nightmare’.... 

Is Islamic State in West Africa becoming more hardline?

29th November 2018 Recent activities by Islamic State in West Africa (ISWA), the Boko Haram faction that replaced Abubakar Shekau as leader in 2016, have raised... 

Are South African police salaries fair?

28th November 2018 The South African Police Service (SAPS) wants to re-enlist former police officers. But are police salaries good enough to entice former officers... 

Protecting Botswana’s elephants isn’t a numbers game

26th November 2018 In September this year, Elephants Without Borders (EWB) director Dr Mike Chase released a statement about the discovery of 87 elephant carcasses... 

SA prepares for a historic about-turn on human rights foreign policy

23rd November 2018 On 12 January 2007, just a few days after taking its seat for the first time on the United Nations (UN) Security Council, South Africa voted... 

Can the illegal abalone trade be stopped?

22nd November 2018 Corruption is one of the primary enablers of wildlife crime as it prevents the problem from being effectively tackled. This was revealed in the... 

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