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Greening South Africa’s energy policies

07/29/2011 | Leonie Joubert

More than 90 per cent of the coal consumed on the African continent is produced in South Africa

South Africa’s energy policies will come under scrutiny as it hosts the UN climate change talks in November.

All together now: oral testimony, theatre, media, debate

06/07/2011 | Panos London

This case study explores how communication activities helped a marginalised community in Pakistan to speak out against the pollution ruining their lives.

Uganda’s elections: a game of football?

02/18/2011 | Richard Kavuma

Richard M Kavuma offers a compelling insight into the Ugandan election campaign of February 2011, which Yoweri Museveni won by 68% of the vote, asking whether the best team is going to win, or whether it’s simply a case of the match being rigged.

Southern Sudanese celebrate referendum result

01/31/2011 | Paul Jimbo

In Southern Sudan, preliminary referendum results point to 99 per cent of those polled voting to split from the North. Paul Jimbo has spoken to voters in the Warrap and West Bahr al Ghazal states about their hopes for the future. 

Reporting tax research in Kenya

01/20/2011 | Panos London

Panos London and Panos Eastern Africa worked with two main partners to convene a workshop for researchers, CSOs and Kenyan media representatives at Lake Naivasha in Kenya on 15–17 November 2009. The first of these partners was CommGAP, a global programme at the World Bank which promotes the use of communication in governance reform programmes….

Realising the potential of ICTs in Tanzania

01/16/2011 | Panos London

Tanzania is including ICTs in their national development plans to help achieve their development goals and increase citizen participation.

Improved media coverage and debate in Kenya

12/08/2010 | Panos London

Panos London's Relay Programme Manager, Annie Hoban, talks about a new case study that shows how researchers and journalists worked together to talk tax and governance in Kenya.

The importance of communication

07/20/2010 | Panos London

Murali Shanmugavelan, head of Panos London's Information Society programme, talks briefly about the role of communication technologies and their impact on citizenship in this think piece ahead of the IAMCR's 2010 conference in Braga, Portugal.

Adopting a negotiator

06/11/2010 | Pierre Fitter

The UN's climate change negotiations can be dreadfully stuffy talk shops to outsiders but for one group of young people they're totally gripping. For the last year 13 students from counties around the world have been shadowing negotiators from their home countries at these events.

Emissions fears grow as Indian car sales rise

05/19/2010 | Athar Parvaiz

Indian car sales are booming thanks to easy credit and cheap manufacturing. But who is counting the environmental cost?

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