As technology develops at a dizzying rate, cultures rooted in traditions that go back centuries are struggling to adapt, with older generations either unimpressed or frightened by the tidal wave of change that threatens them with extinction. Will peoples such…
In our Nonviolent Journalism course, 2023, we set participants the task of producing a photostory on a topic of their choosing. Rosemary’s story, below, is a glimpse into the lives of ordinary people in rural Namibia. Living in the rural…
The adage “water is life” is a distant aspiration for many rural communities in Namibia who are still drinking water not fit for human consumption. The sources are mostly hand-dug wells, earth dams, rivers and swamps. Twenty five year old…
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