Socio-ecological sustainability

The Sustainable Futures in Africa

In Eds. P. Albers, T. Holbrook, & A. Seely Flint, New Methods in Literacy Research. NY: Routledge. pp.115-132.

The Sustainable Futures in Africa (SFA) Network is an interdisciplinary collective that brings together researchers, practitioners and communities of practice that acknowledge the complex nature of sustainability. the Network aims to build understanding, research, and practice in socio-ecological sustainability in Africa.

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North-South research partnerships must break old patterns for real change.

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Hannington Bananuka, T.; Okot, A.; Perry, M. (2018)

Sustainable Futures in Africa (SFA): Tapping into local people’s knowledge for environmental sustainability.

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Perry, M. (2018)

Aid, collaboration, or leaving well alone: Thinking about development differently.

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Perry, M. (2020)

Pluriversal literacies: affect and relationality in vulnerable times.

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Kambale, Elson (2018)

The Sustainable Futures in Africa, Chapter 1.