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Between expectations and opportunities: urban youth navigating duress in a globalized southern Nigeria
This project looks at the ways in which youth in southern Nigeria navigate their lives in a context of experiencing long-term socioeconomic uncertainty and political insecurity (duress).
Information Flows along the Central African Republic – DR Congo border
How do Central African refugees navigate through uncertainty in a new and hostile environment in the DR Congo?
Connecting in times of duress: understanding communication and conflict in Middle Africa’s mobile margins
This research programme seeks to understand the dynamics in the relationship between social media, mobile telephony and the social fabric under duress in Africa's mobile margins. It combines studies on mobility/migration, conflict and communication in an attempt to uncover these new dynamics, which…
Between duress and interconnectivity: Mbororo refugees at the Cameroun-CAR border
French title: Entre la “détresse’’ et l’inter-connectivite : le case de Mbororo réfugies sur les frontières Cameroun-Centrafrique. This research project investigates the meaning of duress in the lives of nomadic refugees in Cameroon and investigates if and how the accessibility of new ICT’s allow them…
Youth, Media and Protest: Histories of Engaging in Central African politics and social life
How do old and new Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) relate to new social and political movements in Central Africa? What does this tell us about Africa and the Information Age?