Wellbeing & GDP

Wellbeing & GDP

The presentation was given by Lorenzo Fioramonti on 2 March 2016, in Totnes, UK.Continue Reading
'Colonial legacy of mining pioneers poses a dilemma for South Africans', The Conversation, 25.01.2016

‘Colonial legacy of mining pioneers poses a dilemma for South Africans’, The Conversation, 25.01.2016

In an article for The Conversation, GovInn Senior Researcher Prince Mashele discusses the linkages of the colonial exploitation of mineral resources and the changes it brought to South Africa, both for infrastructure and divided race relations. The Randlords left behind them a big dilemma: contemporary South Africa is not sure whether to thank themContinue Reading
Lorenzo Fioramonti speaking in Austria about political alternatives to a GDP-focused world

VIDEO: The short life of Mr GDP

Watch GovInn Director Lorenzo Fioramonti speak at the annual Wisdom Stockholm Conference in October 2015. You can find more videos relating to the event held in Stockholm here. You can also find more videos on Wellbeing Africa on WE-Africa Youtube playlist.Continue Reading

Lorenzo Fioramonti in The Saturday Star – 7 and 14 November 2015

Read articles by Sheree Bega in the Saturday Star, published on 7 November 2015 and 14 November 2015 respectively, with regards to South Africa’s mounting water crisis. The articles contain interviews with Professor Lorenzo Fioramonti, who expresses his views on people’s lack of responsibility when it comes to water use and ineffectiveContinue Reading
New book by Samuel Oloruntoba

New Book by Samuel Oloruntoba, “Regionalism and Integration in Africa: EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements and Euro-Nigeria Relations”

The resurgence of regionalism is borne out of the current political logjams that have characterized the governance and operations of multilateral trading system over the past one decade and a half. Oloruntoba critically examines Euro-Nigeria relations within the context of the Economic Partnership Agreements in terms of the political andContinue Reading