Tag Archives: Simukai Chigudu

Simukai Chigudu on #RhodesMustFall

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As part of the Centre of African Studies’ conference Decolonizing the Academy at the University of Edinburgh, Simukai Chigudu shared with us his thoughts on the Rhodes Must Fall movement at the University of Oxford. Simukai is a PhD candidate at the Oxford Department of International Development at the University of Oxford.

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The Politics of Public Health in Africa: A (Very) Brief History

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In this blog, Simukai traces back some of the historical roots of the Ebola crisis and other public health crises. Without understanding the political history of public health, he argues, we are not able to understand the current crises or successfully tackle health challenges in the future. Simukai Chigudu is a doctoral candidate in International Development […]

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Reflections on Feminist Social Movements and Political Consciousness in Malawi

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 In this blog, Dr Simukai Chigudu analyses the emergence of women who are mobilising around their experience of HIV/AIDs, not just to campaign for ARVs, but also to question the wider structures of power and privilege that structure their everyday lives. He looks at the power of such mobilisation, and also its potential limits. Simukai […]

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