The campaign of disappearances, arrests and prosecutions of environmental and women’s rights activists and labour and teachers’ union campaigners casts doubt on the Iranian government’s calls for sustainable development and a “coalition of hope”, write Masana Ndinga-Kanga and Sohrab Razzaghi.
Funders inevitably ask small change-making organisations if they are financially sustainable, but Rose Longhurst believes this is the wrong question. Should healthy balance sheets really be their primary aim? Don’t we want these groups to change the world, so they no longer need to exist?
The growth of digitalisation and technology is a disruptive opportunity for African countries to leapfrog their development and economic transformation, says Crystal Simeoni, as she reflects on the 2019 Pan African Conference on Illicit Financial Flows and Taxation.
More than 365 days have passed without justice for Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, writes Masana Ndinga-Kanga and an anonymous Saudi co-author. What will it take to hold the country’s regime accountable for his death?
The court records system is almost impossible for non-insiders to navigate. And too many legal insiders want to keep it that way, because it allows them to game the system via ‘rules lawyering’, says Gabriella Razzano.