The Anglophone diaspora arose during the period we identify as the Anthropocene. From 1780 to 1930 English speakers rocketed from 12m to 200m through language migration and Anglophone settlements in Australasia,...
Who and what we are as humans have always been controversial questions. People differ not only about the is of humankind (what humans are and do in fact), but also about the ought of a humane humanity...
The purpose of this work is to explore the role of Commissions; interrogate existing Commission discourses; examine the power of Commissions and their place in law and governance; investigate the global...
Worldwide, at least 2.2 billion people live with visual impairment and there is a huge need for these cases to be addressed or prevented. In order to implement as good global and relevant rehabilitation...
Whilst most decolonial scholars have made important contributions on the nature of coloniality as an intellectual problem and the need to decolonise, the practical deployment of decolonial programme is...
Oral diseases are among the most common and among the most neglected diseases of mankind. The disease burden is largely unknown to public health decision–makers; the significant impact of bad oral...
This project will be a comprehensive review of the rare earth elements (REE) . These contemporary metallic elements are the basis of electronic gadgets, luminescent materials, magnets and electric vehicles....
The importance of early childhood development (ECD) for both individual and societal economic and humanitarian growth is increasingly appreciated and efforts by governments and multilateral agencies to...
The communicative, semiotic, creative and relational meanings surrounding food expand understandings of power dynamics, identity-constitution and discursive perceptions of “being human”. Using food...
Globally, mental illness is more responsible for extreme distress than poverty or unemployment, and, to compound the problem, mental illness interacts with poverty and unemployment in socially and economically...
The Indian Ocean has been called the “ocean of the South”, as well as the “ocean of the future”. It is largely conceived as a sociopolitical space, with its long history of monsoon-enabled South-South...
This project analyzes the presence and impacts of West African migrants in urban spaces in North Africa and Southern Europe: how the sociopolitical contexts they enter shape their lives and livelihoods...