The Agrarian Question in the Neoliberal Era

The Agrarian Question in the Neoliberal Era

Primitive Accumulation and the Peasantry
Sam Moyo, Utsa Patnaik



   

Issa G. Shivji

Issa G. Shivji was professor of law at the University of Dar es Salaam until his retirement in 2006 after 36 years of service. He is currently holding the newly-established Mwalimu Nyerere Research Chair in Pan-African Studies at the same university. Shivji has published over a dozen books and numerous articles including Class Struggles in Tanzania (1976), The Concept of Human Rights in Africa (1989), Let the People Speak: Tanzania down the road to neo-liberalism (2006) and Accumulation in an African Periphery: A Theoretical Framework (2009).


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Africa's Liberation: The Legacy of Nyerere
Emeka Anyaoku, Ana Camacho, Horace Campbell, Seithy Chachage, Ng'wanza Kamata, Faustin Kamuzora, Helen Kijo-Bisimba, Chris Maina Peter, Salma Maoulidi, Marjorie Mbilinyi, Neema Ndunguru, Haroub Othman, Nawal El Saadawi, Mohamed Sahnoun, Issa G. Shivji, Vicensia Shule
Leading commentators, those who fought imperialism alongside Nyerere, members of a younger generation and the Pan-Africanist giant of the liberation movement, Nyerere himself, reflect on leadership, economic development, land, human rights and education.



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Where is Uhuru?
Reflections on the Struggle for Democracy in Africa
Issa G. Shivji
Neoliberal policies promised to correct multiple distortions in postcolonial Africa. But democratic politics, land reform, rights and freedom all suffered. Shivji calls for Africa-centred thinking that embraces the continent's right to self-determination.



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Silences in NGO Discourse
The role and future of NGOs in Africa
Issa G. Shivji
NGOs' acceptance of funding from international financial institutions and development agencies has played an unwitting role in consolidating neoliberalism in Africa and eroding the gains of independence rather than effecting positive change.








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