Professor and International Francophonie Research Chair on Political Aspirations and Movements in Francophone Africa
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International Francophonie Research Chair on Political Aspirations and Movements in Francophone Africa
The chair conducts research into the relationship between governments and the governed, political crises and subregional conflicts, and the factors that further participation in social movements and conflict, including identity politics and authoritarianism. This research aims to better understand the specific Francophone and local characteristics that drive ordinary citizens to protest in Francophone Africa by analyzing recent movements in Burkina Faso, Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.