Stephen Buchanan-Clarke
Stephen Buchanan-Clarke is a security analyst with several years of experience working in both conflict and post-conflict settings in Africa, primarily on issues of peace and security; transitional justice and reconciliation; democratisation and governance; and preventing and countering violent extremism. He currently serves as head of the Human Security and Climate Change (HSCC) project at Good Governance Africa and is a co-editor of the Extremisms in Africa anthology series.
Food scarcity worsens in Africa

Food scarcity worsens in Africa

Rising food prices, population growth and climate change - exacerbating droughts - are all factors contributing to increased food insecurity in Africa. Also, the continent lacks agricultural infrastructure to store its own grains. GGA's Leleti Maluleke and Stephen...

Humanizing Security in Cabo Delgado

Humanizing Security in Cabo Delgado

Humanizing Security in Cabo Delgabo The authors of this report would like to acknowledge the bravery and courage of the men, women and children who have been caught in the most heart-wrenching circumstances in Cabo Delgado. Impoverished, homeless, destitute and facing...

Zimbabwe media policy briefing

Zimbabwe media policy briefing

The 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution’s well-articulated provisions for media freedom are in stark contrast to the fragility of the country’s current media landscape, 41 years after the attainment of independence. The Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) is a constitutional...

Stephen Buchanan-Clarke
Stephen Buchanan-Clarke is a security analyst with several years of experience working in both conflict and post-conflict settings in Africa, primarily on issues of peace and security; transitional justice and reconciliation; democratisation and governance; and preventing and countering violent extremism. He currently serves as head of the Human Security and Climate Change (HSCC) project at Good Governance Africa and is a co-editor of the Extremisms in Africa anthology series.
Zimbabwe media policy briefing

Zimbabwe media policy briefing

The 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution’s well-articulated provisions for media freedom are in stark contrast to the fragility of the country’s current media landscape, 41 years after the attainment of independence. The Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) is a constitutional...