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Africa in 2021: Covid, Climate & Democracy
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This June, the British Prime Minister will welcome G7 leaders to a summit in Cornwall. He has announced he will also invite the leaders of India, South Korea and Australia for a meeting of major democracies, to be called the D10. He should now make it a “...
Workshop 1: Learning the art of flexibility The Poetry in the Primary Classroom project began in January 2021, with an ambitious plan to provide an enriching Continuing Professional Development course to primary school teachers on African and Diaspora...
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Photo Credit: Mark Klotz – Rally against Kinder Morgan oil pipeline on Burnaby Mountain We have lived with Covid-19 for about 12 months, some of us a little longer. This creates an excuse to revisit the early obituaries for fossil fuels. The firs...