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Louisa Esther Mugabo
studies | got BA degrees in African Studies & Political Science | podcasts | active | has a💍, a 🐶 & a 🐢| (un)learning
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Dominic Johnson 16h
Wow. 's newest captured rebel leader tells court he worked with and intelligence
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 22
☝sounds familiar.
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 22
In a month, my host country 🇩🇰will go to the polls. is, as in this week's , a big topic. Listen to & 's on in to make up your own informed mind!
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Hannah Grayson May 21
If you're interested in learning more about before, during and after the Genocide against the Tutsi, our book of translated testimonies is a good place to start
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 21
What's the 'new' group called? I also left back then, but joined again lately for different reasons, though don't feel comfortable there. Thanks!
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 21
Check out this thread by to see my first steps into with a great team. And don't forget to listen to our latest episode on in the with a closer look at the situation of -an :
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Planet Mundus May 21
🇧🇮Part II: A look at the & the situation in the for -an . By & . Interviews with Arsène, , & . Click here!
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Planet Mundus May 21
What a topic to conclude the series of this year's cohort on our Planet: Our team just published its about . Thread with links to their work! 👇🏼 Team: (not in pic: )
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Nyiringabo Ruhumuliza 27 Dec 17
Replying to @gateteviews
12. As such, is a rich language, entrenched within African ancient philosophies. is actually a language of the erudite and the elite. It's mastery is a privilege.
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
I love this thread cause I love & wish to one day being able to speak it (almost) fluently. Until then, I will confuse -n youth with ibisakuzo that I learned (to love) & they forgot. 😅
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juliettefreysson May 20
Dernier podcast avec l'équipe de ! 😢 Grâce aux témoignages de burundais et à l’expertise d'humanitaires et chercheurs, et moi-même donnons un aperçu de la crise politique et humanitaire au et dans la région des Grands Lacs 🎙️
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
Replying to @BobbyRuta
Looking forward to your feedback!
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Planet Mundus May 20
Our Planet in will miss you! Good luck for your second years - we can't wait for the next cohort to hopefully continue your !
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
You waited long enough: we are online with both parts of our on now! 👉🏽Part I: A Danish perspective on migration: 👉🏽Part II: A look at the & migration in the :
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
Also, I will badly miss researching, discussing, writing, producing, podcasting, recording, editing & laughing with this girl. Thank you, ! Off we go to our next destinations.
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
For almost a year, I have been learning how to & for our on , & I got the chance to work for PartII on a topic so close to my heart: An episode against the forgetting of the & of . 👉🏽
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
We're online now, dear : I'm looking forward to getting your feedback & hope we managed to produce something of value.
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
We are online, ! Tune in to our of , talking about the & in the . We give background info, interview amazing people & try to give a voice.
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
We are glad that for this final podcast on the & we found amazing people from & abroad to talk to for getting personal & professional insights. Thank you to all of you!
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Louisa Esther Mugabo May 20
Our last show is out & it is a special one! Thank you so much to my colleague for having worked intensively with me on this topic of my ❤️: Tune in to our about the & the situation of /an refugees in the !
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