Third World Network-Africa (TWN-Africa) is a Pan-African research and advocacy organization which works for economic and social equity within Africa and for an equitable place for Africa in the global order. Since 1994, we have focused on strategic development issues facing Africa in the age of globalization, such as extractives, trade and investment, international finance, gender and systemic inequalities and inequities as well as climate change, SAPs and Debt.

Unemployment in Africa

TWN-Africa: Our Work

Our work on inequality recognizes among others:  The co-existence of mining enclaves producing vast wealth within a hinterland of impoverished local communities whose dispossession and loss of livelihood is a condition for the creation of the mine; The exploitation...