Kiza Magendane is a knowledge broker with a special interest in African politics, migration and identity. He is passionate about connecting people and organisations to find solutions for shared challenges. He studied political science in Amsterdam and Antwerp, holding a master degree in that field. Before joining for the Broker, Kiza was working as a freelance writer and policy entrepreneur. Besides his work at the Broker, he publishes for different national and international journalistic platforms.
How can evidence-led advocacy be organized with conflict-affected communities, and what role can I/NGOs play in helping to bring these local(ized) advocacy priorities to policy…
26 November, 2020
Short-read on the triad relationship between cash transfer programming, food security and fragile settings.
While people often like to believe otherwise, the international development community is not immune to racism. Dismantling the blind spots in international development.
There is no such thing as the diaspora. Better collaboration with diaspora organisations requires actions, both from the development sector and the diaspora community. A synthesis.