Heike Becker writes about the recent agreement between the German and Namibian governments for special “reconciliation and reconstruction” projects to benefit the Ovaherero and Nama communities that were directly affected by colonial genocide. Becker asks what are the possible international ramifications of the Namibian-German agreement? Will the deal possibly turn the tide more broadly for reparation claims from ex-colonies of the empires of European colonialism?
How do over 3 million Kenyans abroad navigate life in foreign lands? What is it like settling in their respective country? What's the immigration process like? How's the food, culture, accents, and language like? How do you navigate racial complexities? How do you keep abreast of news from home? How do you process Kenyan news from that far away? What's interaction with their foods? events? Local nuances? Residency? We are joined by Ms Sharon Inuani from Germany in our first episode on this podcast series.