Nouvelles technologies  en Afrique :

Nouvelles technologies en Afrique :

une menace pour la souveraineté



   

Oduo Ongwen

Oduor Ongwen is the country director of the Southern and Eastern Africa Trade
Information and Negotiations Institute (SEATINI) in Kenya. Previously, he was the
executive director of EcoNews Africa and chaired the National Council of NGOs in
Kenya. He holds a master's degree in the economic policy of developing countries.

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New technologies and the threat to sovereignty in Africa
Diana Bronson, Gareth Jones, Molly Kane, John Blessing Karumbidza, Anne Maina, Firoze Manji, Mariam Mayet, Pat Mooney, Oduo Ongwen, Silvia Ribeiro, Khadija Sharife, Jim Thomas, Kathy Jo Wetter
A range of articles, originally published in Pambazuka News, discussing the staggering developments in bio- and nanotechnology and the alarming implications for the African continent and the Global South at large.



With Oduo Ongwen

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From the Slave Trade to 'Free' Trade
How trade undermines democracy and justice in Africa
Drawing on lessons from the slave trade, studies of international finance and the struggles of many African people to make a living, this book shows how free trade damages democracy, justice and the environment in Africa.






978-0-85749-034-6