Posts Tagged ‘ uc berkeley ’

Patrick Vinck on food security after conflict

Feb 12th, 2010 | By | Category: One Question

We launch our One Question series today with a Q&A with Patrick Vinck, our speaker for the week, who spoke about how to understand and achieve food security after conflict in Africa.



Africa Reporting Project correspondent publishes story on Ted Miguel in East Bay alt weekly

Dec 5th, 2009 | By | Category: Food for Thought

By ARP Staff
December 5, 2009

Africa Reporting Project correspondent Madeleine Bair published a story this week in the East Bay Express about economist Ted Miguel’s research on climate change and civil conflict in Africa. The study, produced by Miguel and a UC Berkeley doctoral student, is the first to link global warming to human warfare.



‘I had a good life in Zimbabwe,’ immigrant student says

Oct 24th, 2009 | By | Category: Student Work

By LUC IHADDADENE
Over the last few years, her country has been described in the world’s media as a disaster area. Yet family and her peaceful youth in Harare, known as the Sunshine City, offers Tendekai, a Zimbabwean immigrant, a different perspective on the country.