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Crime, Justice and Security futures

FFD turns the spotlight on crime, justice and security futures in our Bibliozone and latest FFD newsletter.

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Feature Article

Jurisprudential and Political Economic Dimensions of Transitional Justice in Africa

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Futurist Profile

Dr Odomaro Mubangizi is this month's featured futurist.

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Talk-@-ive

“Our lives are not our own. We are bound to others, past and present, and by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future."

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Videophile

Videophile features selected videos on this month's theme: Crime, Justice and Security

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Latest Features

31-05-2017
Justice
Justice

Jurisprudential and Political Economic Dimensions of Transitional Justice in Africa by Dr Odomaro Mubangizi   Abstract Contemporary Africa has experienced numerous violent political conflicts that have called for all manner of transitional justice mechanisms...

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01-05-2017
Libraries III
Libraries III

“122 Things” you will be able to do in the library of the future that you can’t do today   It all started with a conversation I had with the National Library...

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01-05-2017
Libraries II
Libraries II

Uncertainty and the Future of Libraries by Daniel W. Rasmus   Public libraries have changed significantly since my childhood. Gone are the card catalog and the abundant staff (replaced by fewer staff and...

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Futurist Profiles

Palesa Kadi

Palesa Kadi

Futurist Profile   Palesa Kadi ExecutiveShared Services Executive: Film and Publication BoardEducation: MA in Public and Visual HistoryBA Hons Political StudiesPost Graduate Diploma in Development and Public sector Monitoring and Evaluation - Wits...

Merle O'Brien

Merle O'Brien

Futurist Profile   Merle O'Brien FuturistHead of Foresight & Innovation Thought Leadership: Lacuna InnovationEducation: MPhil Future Studies (USB) BA (UCT) FPRISAMerle answered a few questions about her perspective and on being a...

FFD Blog

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The Forum for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)

By Aya Chebbi - 01 July 2015 The Forum for Civil Society Or...

Africa’s Complex Travel - Trust Issues

by Ruth Aine - 01 September 2016 One morning last week I pa...

Morocco between the African and Arab Identity:

by Sana Afouaiz - 02 March 2015 This short article is dedic...

Simply sustainable 'living narratives'

by Nirmala Nair - Director: School of Practical Sustainabili...

Collective Struggle and Solidarity is Africa Unity

By Aya Chebbi - 01 May 2015 Over the past years, our Africa...

Where do we go from here? That discussion about ethnicity/tribalism.

by Chioma Agwuegbo - 01 November 2014 Who am I? Who belongs...

Juicing as a healthy alternative

by Ruth Aine - 01 August 2016 I have been a member of Faceb...

Why 2015 should be key to gender equality and women’s rights

by Sana Afouaiz - 02 March 2015 Empowering women is not onl...

Youth -- beyond “Unemployment”

by Irma Wilson - 03 November 2013 When will we re-examine t...

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Talk-@-Tive

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Insight into Artificial Intelligence   Ray Kurzweil - author, computer scientist, inventor and futurist. “Artificial intelligence will reach human levels by around 2029. Follow that out further to, say, 2045, we will...

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