NSD-S Hub Publications

NSD-S Hub Webinar "Perceptions of NATO in North Africa and SAHEL"

NSD-S Hub Webinar "Perceptions of NATO in North Africa and SAHEL"

Apr 15, 2019

On January 29, 2019, the NATO Strategic Direction – South Hub (NSD-S Hub) and Three Stones International (TSI) held an online chat forum to discuss "Perceptions of NATO in North Africa and the Sahel.”


Gender Equality & In/Stability in Africa

Gender Equality & In/Stability in Africa

Feb 12, 2019

NATO Strategic Direction – South HUB and Three Stones International look forward to your active participation to engage and discuss how gender relates to in/stability in Africa.


The NSD-S Hub: Urbanization in Africa and Middle East

The NSD-S Hub: Urbanization in Africa and Middle East

Jan 30, 2019

In Africa, urbanization is projected to continue to increase at an unprecedented pace. In 2015, Africa’s urban population was close to 40 percent. By 2050, more than 60 percent of the continent will live in urban areas. In the Middle East, the rate of urbanization also increased dramatically from the 1960s to 2000s, but has recently slowed down.


The NSD-S HUB: Water Diplomacy as possible driver of stability

The NSD-S HUB: Water Diplomacy as possible driver of stability

Jan 29, 2019

Access to water is essential to human life, yet water is a scarce resource. According to a 2016 World Bank study, 1.6 billion people live in countries that are water scarce, a number that may double in the next 20 years.


NSD-S Hub: Social Media Revolution in Africa

NSD-S Hub: Social Media Revolution in Africa

Oct 11, 2018

Beginning at the turn of the century and gathering force in the last decade, an information and communication technology (ICT) revolution has swept across Africa. Fueled by the expansion of wireless networks, submarine cable connections, and mobile broadband services, this revolution has afforded access to the internet and social media to the majority of Africans.


NSD-S Hub Study Day "Challenges and Opportunities of Population Growth and Demographic change in Africa"

NSD-S Hub Study Day "Challenges and Opportunities of Population Growth and Demographic change in Africa"

Oct 10, 2018

The purpose of this Study Day was to connect with international organizations, non-governmental organizations and other subject matter experts from Think Tanks and Academia coming from Africa, in order to gain greater understanding of the view of the African stakeholders; establish networks and contacts; identify relationships in the region; and to promote the NSD-S Hub:


Study Day Thank You Letter

Study Day Thank You Letter

Jul 26, 2018

An letter to express  appreciation and gratitude for attending the hugely successful inaugural NSDS Hub study day.


NSD-S Hub and Three Stones Intl: Who Funds Instability in Africa Analysis

NSD-S Hub and Three Stones Intl: Who Funds Instability in Africa Analysis

Jul 25, 2018

On July 17, 2018 The NATO Southern Hub (NSD-S) and Three Stones International held an online chat forum to discuss "Who funds Instability in Africa?" During the hour and a half long event, NSD-S personnel directly engaged with community and civil society leaders from 12 African countries, many working daily on the front lines in conflict and post-conflict settings. Regional and technical experts from NGOs and multilateral organizations and think tanks also joined.


NSD-S-HUB The Arab Maghreb Union the forgotten dream

NSD-S-HUB The Arab Maghreb Union the forgotten dream

May 15, 2018

The Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) was established in 17 Feb 1989 when the five founding members Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Libya and Mauritania (currently with an overall estimated population of 96 million), signed the Treaty of Marrakesh. The AMU was supposed to be a competitive alternative to the Arab League and the African Union.


NSD-S HUB Illicit trafficking in North Africa and Sahel

NSD-S HUB Illicit trafficking in North Africa and Sahel

Apr 18, 2018

The Illicit trafficking’s development that today characterizes North Africa and Sahel is a relevant element in financing terrorist groups in these areas. North Africa and Sahel are populated by nomadic tribes historically characterized by trading activities, including smuggling, as essential part of their economy, culture and means of survival.


Yemen Water Crisis and Cholera Outbreak

Yemen Water Crisis and Cholera Outbreak

Apr 12, 2018

The Republic of Yemen, a country located in a dry and arid region of the Middle East, was already struggling with a severe water crisis before the current armed conflict. Disruptions of the public health system, together with collapsing water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services are worsened by the armed conflict and blockade to the country.


Telecommunications and Internet Revolution in Africa

Telecommunications and Internet Revolution in Africa

Mar 23, 2018

In common with the rest of the world, Africa has experienced a huge increase in internet use and mobile telecommunications in recent years. On average, 35% of the population as a whole is connected to the internet, against a world average of 54.4%.


 



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