Monique Bennett
Monique Bennett holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from the University of the Witwatersrand. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Political Science at Stellenbosch University funded by the Peace Research Institute of Oslo. She enjoys a mixed-methods approach to research across topics such as governance, environmental issues, human security and peacebuilding within the African context. She supports her research team by providing data-driven evidence for their research/op-eds and writes for various South Africa news outlets.
East Africa’s locust crisis reveals importance of disaster preparedness

East Africa’s locust crisis reveals importance of disaster preparedness

The earth’s meteorological system has witnessed extreme variations in temperature and moisture patterns across millennia, but they were not driven by a species, until now. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), published in August 2021, confirmed that “it is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and […]

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Zambia election day 2021: Summary

Zambia election day 2021: Summary

While we wait for the official results to be verified and released, the following will provide a summary of events that took place on election day in Zambia. Introduction For the 2021 Zambian elections, there were over 7 million registered voters. The day passed...

Zambia decides 2021

Zambia decides 2021

Since independence in 1964, Zambia has experienced several shifts in political parties and governance. This timeline highlights the various elections held leading up to the 12 August 2021 elections. It is the first of a series of publications GGA will produce...

Mozambique’s displacement dilemma

Mozambique’s displacement dilemma

Human rights violations exacerbate the displacement of northern Mozambicans, already facing crisis levels of food insecurity “There is no greater sorrow on earth than the loss of one’s native land” - Euripides, 431 BC The United Nations (UN) estimates the number of...

Monique Bennett
Monique Bennett holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from the University of the Witwatersrand. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Political Science at Stellenbosch University funded by the Peace Research Institute of Oslo. She enjoys a mixed-methods approach to research across topics such as governance, environmental issues, human security and peacebuilding within the African context. She supports her research team by providing data-driven evidence for their research/op-eds and writes for various South Africa news outlets.
Zambia decides 2021

Zambia decides 2021

Since independence in 1964, Zambia has experienced several shifts in political parties and governance. This timeline highlights the various elections held leading up to the 12 August 2021 elections. It is the first of a series of publications GGA will produce...