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ARIN - Fostering connection and peer-learning amongst Researchers, Policymakers, and Practitioners who work in different fields and state and non-state organisations

The African Research and Impact Network (ARIN) is an impact platform that brings together a network of scholars and policymakers across Africa. Modeled as a network, ARIN seeks to leverage on the capabilities of African talented scholars in a flexible manner. ARIN’s core focus is to engage in peer learning and sharing good transformative research and impact practices. Areas of focus include natural resource management, climate change, agriculture, forestry, energy, water, and cities to leverage their knowledge and experiences in promoting research excellence and impact pathways.

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Latest Publications

Webinar 3: Valuing Diversity in Methods

Decolonizing Methodologies to Sustainability in Africa  In the Global South, ‘coloniality’ has long been associated with political…

Decolonising Methodologies to Sustainability in the Global South

Deadline for the submission of abstracts for book chapters -2nd May 2021. The Africa Research…

Webinar 2: Power and Methods

Decolonising Methodologies to Sustainability in Africa  In the Global South, ‘coloniality’ has long been associated with…

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Recent News & Blogs

Covid-19 Reverses Gains Made on Gender Equality in Academic Research Productivity

Author(s): Asenath Maobe and Victoria Chengo Contextualizing gender inequality in academia and research in cities…

NEWS BRIEF: CITIES AND COVID-19

The Nairobi Risk Hub co-hosted discussions around the Cities and COVID-19 thematic area at the…

Gobeshona Global Conference – Cities and Urban resilience Session

On the 20th of January 2021, The Africa Research and Impact Network (ARIN), together with The…

POWER AND METHODS WEBINAR

The Power and Methods webinar was hosted by ARIN on March 5th ,2021. The webinar…

Decolonising research methodologies, a growing agenda in the Global South

Authors; Nora Ndege, and Dr. Joel Onyango INTRODUCTION Researchers and the research community are increasingly…

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