Organising in the time of Covid-19: Experiences of Uganda

Organising in the time of Covid-19: Experiences of Uganda

I spoke with Lyn Ossome, Senior Research Fellow at the Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR), Makerere University, in Uganda. She received her PhD in Political Studies from Wits University. Her specializations and taught courses are in the fields of feminist political economy and feminist political theory, with particular research interests in land and agrarian […]

Organising in the time of COVID-19: Eco-feminist perspectives

Organising in the time of COVID-19: Eco-feminist perspectives

Ruth Nyambura is a feminist political ecologist and activist from Kenya working on the intersections of gender, economy and ecological justice. Ruth is a founding member and the convener of the African Ecofeminists Collective and also works with several regional agrarian and climate justice movements to track and challenge the privatization of the agrarian commons. […]