research product . Other ORP type . 2020

Violences policières et solidarité pendant la crise sanitaire à Mathare, Kenya

Mutahi, Patrick; Wanjiru, Kate,;
  • Published: 04 Dec 2020
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Country: France
Abstract; Ce billet est la version française de : « Police Brutality and Solidarity during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Mathare », publié dans la série « Special COVID » de Mambo! Le carnet de l’Ifra–Ifra’s blog ( Cette série est le résultat d’un programme de recherche sur l’impact politique, économique et social de la crise sanitaire initié et soutenu par l’IFRA-Nairobi avec un soutien de l’Ambassade de France au Kenya. Il est proposé en langue française dans Esquisses, dans le cadre d’un accord entre l’IFRA-Nairobi et Les Afriques dans le monde.Traduction en français de Maïa Foulis, Marie-Aude Fouéré et Ch...
free text keywords: COVID-19, violence, Kenya, [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences, [SHS.SCIPO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Political science
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