No. 1 (2024): CODESRIA Bulletin, No 1, 2024 - Special Issue on Niger and the Sahel

ISSN Online : 0850-8712

ISSN Print : 0850-8712


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With a huge circulation in Arabic, English and French, CODESRIA Bulletin is the most widely read publication in the Council’s titles. It is published six times a year. The aim of the Bulletin is to stimulate discussion, exchange information and encourage research cooperation among African researchers.

The Bulletin contains articles and debates that are of great popularity and relevance, and which have been widely reproduced in numerous other publications in Africa and elsewhere. Contributions on theoretical matters, reports on conferences and seminars are welcome.

The Bulletin is distributed free online and to all social research institutes and faculties in Africa and beyond to encourage research co-operation among African scholars. Interested individuals and institutions may also subscribe to CODESRIA mailing list to receive the Bulletin promptly upon release.

Editor: Ibrahim Oanda Ogachi

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