Jimmy Kainja is a lecturer and seminar leader at London Metropolitan University. He is also an independent researcher and a blogger. Among other publications, he has written for Guardian Development site: poverty-matters, free African Media, African Executive, he writes on Africa on the blog and blogs at www.jimmykainja.co.uk
Published in: HomeWhat the Arab Spring can learn from sub-Saharan Africa
The Arab Spring has been inspirational in sub-Saharan Africa, home to some of the world’s longest serving leaders....
Published in: Shine A LightUK's cosy relationship with Rwanda: rose-tinted glasses?
Rwandan refugees in Britain live in fear of their government’s spies, whilst Britain remains Rwanda’s largest donor....
Published in: Shine A LightThe Human Cost of "War on Drugs"
50 years of criminalisation of drugs and 40 years of blatant failure of “war on drugs” has only made the problem...