IFRA Nairobi Institut français de recherche en Afrique

The Resettlement Interview in Refugee Camps. 10 Dec.

@IFRA 2pm-4:30pm The Perspective of Anthropology, Political Science, Linguistic With: Aurore Vermylen, Maëline Le Lay, Hannah Elford, Benedetta Wasonga   Introduction •Resettlement programmes: A brief presentation •Objective of the seminar: “Refugees’ self-narrative” Questions to...

Is Devolution Working? 6 Dec.

@Alliance Française 6:30pm Screening of the documentary “Portraying Devolution in Kenya” Discussion with : Chloé Josse-Durand, Political Scientist & Co-director of the documentary ‘Portraying Devolution in Kenya’ Laurent Gaillardon, Co-director of the documentary ‘Portraying Devolution...

Who Owns the Tea? 28 Nov.

@IFRA 2pm In this seminar, the two researchers tested their research hypothesis and presented their preliminary findings on the politics of tea in Kenya, and to a broader extent in Rwanda and Burundi. Eric...

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MAMBO! Authors guidelines

Mambo! is a series of working papers published by IFRA (affiliated) researchers and grantees. They present the results of fieldwork research and provide our readers with preliminary analyses on social sciences topics in East...

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New titles!

Since September 2018, our library’s shelves have been filled by new publications and we would love you to come and read them! Books: Florent Piton, Le génocide des Tutsi du Rwanda, Paris, La Découverte, 2018. George Paul Meiu,...

Yanis Mokri – PhD student

Yanis Mokri is a PhD student in archaeology conducting research in the Tana Delta (Kenya). Originally from Paris (France), he studies at Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne University and is affiliated with the Department of Archaeology at...

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Postdoc ATLAS 2019 / closed

La Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme (FMSH) et l’Institut Français de Recherche en Afrique (IFRA) de Nairobi collaborent dans le cadre du Programme Atlas de mobilité postdoctorale de courte durée. Ce programme soutient des postdoctorant.e.s...

The main road flooded by KPL plantation
overflow, leading to the villages concerned by the 2008 land grab. Picture: Adriana Blache

Fieldwork Grants 2019, round 1 / closed

IFRA-Nairobi invites applications for fieldwork grants from Masters and PhD students who conduct research in social sciences and humanities in the East African region (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, and Eastern Congo). IFRA will prioritize support...