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Special Issue Announcement ahead of PAOC 2020

Special Issue Announcement ahead of PAOC 2020

29 August 2019 • Announcements & Notices
Leading up to the Pan-African Ornithological Congress 2020, Ostrich Journal of African Ornithology will be publishing a special issue titled, “Urban Birds – Ornithology of Urban Environments”. The issue welcomes Guest Editor, Dr Petra Sumasgutner (L’Oréal...
International Scientists Collaborate

International Scientists Collaborate

14 May 2019 • Announcements & Notices
On a month-long voyage in 2015 an international team of scientists from Angola, Namibia, Norway, South Africa, Spain, the United States of America and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) explored...
Consensus as Democracy in Africa

Consensus as Democracy in Africa

10 April 2019 • Company news
Some philosophers on the African continent and beyond are convinced that consensus, as a polity, represents the best chance for Africa to fully democratise. In Consensus as Democracy in Africa, Bernard Matolino challenges the basic assumptions...
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