A New Scramble for Africa: Land Grab & Dispossession of People

A new scramble for Africa akin to the frenzy that followed the Berlin conference of 1885 and the partitioning and colonization of Africa is on; farmlands and minerals are the biggest attraction.Read More


Investigating Herakles Farms in Ghana: AFJN’s Report

What happened with Herakles Farms in Ghana? How is the community doing now? What is the prognosis for the new owner of the land?
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Cameroon: President Approves Land Grab Deal with Herakles Farms

Land grabbing is a global issue involving large-scale leasing or buying of land in developing countries by trans- and multinational corporations, often without Proper Free, Prior and Informed Consent (PFPIC) of landowners, and through dealings with corrupt governments.
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AFJN’s ACT Project July 2021 Report

The Africa Faith and Justice Network just released our July 2021 Report on our efforts in Ghana as part of the African Church Together (ACT) to Fight Against Corruption Project. Read the full... READ MORE

Democratic governance in Africa and climate change

“Democratic Governance in Africa will Improve the Health of Our Planet” Africa is paying the heaviest price in the global climate crisis though historically it has not been a major contributor to greenhouse emissions.... READ MORE

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