Of: Idun Eklind
Military calmly announce on state television that they have now taken power. The people on the streets of the capital rejoice. The coup, which is sharply disapproved of outside their country, succeeded.
April 13, 2022, Analysis
Date and time: 29 Sep, 17:30 - 18:30
Burkina Faso in West Africa has recently been oscillating between hope and despair. After having been a stable but authoritarian country for a long time, great hopes were raised a few years ago. Mass demonstrations and protests in the capital Ouagadougou and elsewhere in the country forced President Blaise Compaoré out of power and out of the country. […]
No workshops but per diem. The fact that aid money is used for the allowances for civil servants not only leads to costs that are difficult to defend, it also creates the wrong incentives. Aid actors need to reflect more self-critically on how they contribute to distorted reward systems, writes Annie Sturesson.
January 12, 2017, Debate