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Since its inception in 1994, Sephis has been committed to South-South exchange through seminars, research grants, training workshops, publication programmes and an e-magazine. In its third year, the sephis e-magazine, rechristened Global South, has added a new initiative, in form of this website, which offers an opportunity for regular dialogue and wider participation.

Global South, Sephis e-Magazine is a platform for scholars, researchers and students based in countries of the ‚Äúsouth‚ÄĚ (Africa, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean and Pacific regions) to engage in conversations about their many visions of development and history.

This magazine hopes to further develop south-south networks. Its objective is to be historically grounded and interdisciplinary. In its coverage it will integrate the ‚Äúacademic‚ÄĚ and the ‚Äúpopular‚ÄĚ. Our focus will be both contemporary and historical events and processes.
 
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In¬† recent report titled ‚ÄėIndia‚Äôs Child Soldiers‚Äô, the Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) brought to focus through a detailed study, the p [ ... ]


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Namibia‚Äôs economy has continued to remain relatively strong, despite the fragile global growth. ¬†Forecasts, in 2012, estimated growth at 4.6 per ce [ ... ]


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