Travelling unhindered: A zoom-in of issues likely to impede the free movement of Africans in Africa

Something on a more informative note this month! Read all about the FMP protocol on the African continent in this blog. By Francis Dusabe Recently, the government of Ethiopia announced that effective from 2019, all nationals from African countries intending to visit Ethiopia, would be acquiring visa upon arrival. This strategic stride complements the yet […]

Exclusionary power of ‘acting normal’

By Maria Rast Great sociologists such as Foucault, Bourdieu or Bauman claim that nowadays, power cannot be possessed, controlled and used to achieve certain outcomes. According to them, power works in more invisible, subtle and often unconscious ways. It resides in dominant images, taken for granted assumptions and prevalent discourses. Daily exposure to such prevailing […]