Monthly Archives: November 2015

Eve D’Arcy (Gordano) reports on ‘Congo’s Curse’

The most recent GA session (11th November 2015) ‘Congo’s Curse: Unearthing the link between Natural Resources and Violent Conflict‘ was both informative and thought-provoking, leaving the audience enlightened about the motivations of armed groups, the causes of the resource conflict

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Calum James, St. Mary Redcliffe, on first session in GA Autumn programme

Calum James (St. Mary Redcliffe and Temple School) reports. The most recent GA session was enlightening, not only because of the lecture by Alan Terry on ‘Improving the quality of water resources in Uganda’, but also because of the information

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