Tag Archives: decentralisation

Is devolution in Kenya sustainable?

Editor: Nic Cheeseman

Decentralisation has been a hot topic in Kenya for years, but are we asking the important questions? In his regular column for the Daily Nation, our Co-Editor Nic Cheeseman investigates.

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Decentralization and ‘repertoires of domination’ in Sub-Saharan Africa


Pedro Frizo explores decentralisation in Senegal, and beyond, analysing the tensions that often emerge between decentralisation and democracy.

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Decentralisation and policy advocacy in Rwanda


Continuing our series on Rwanda, Benjamin Chemouni suggests how we can move beyond the polemic discourse that so often surrounds Rwanda, understanding the insecurities of the RPF regime, and making policy advice more palatable. Benjamin is a PhD candidate in the Department of International Development, at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). His article, […]

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