Finishing our LSE Africa project
This month, we are finishing our comics journalism project about public authority in Africa. In the past months, we worked with the Centre of Public Authority and International Development (CPAID) of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to translate research in various African countries into compelling visual narratives. We already published two comics, one on vigilante justice in Uganda and one on human rights abuses by rangers of Virunga National Park in DRC.
In the coming weeks, we'll publish four more comics, starting this Wednesday with A poisoning in Palabek, a harrowing tale about witchcraft in Palabek refugee camp in Uganda, where an old woman is accused of poisoning a young woman.