Jennifer Kwao

Jennifer Kwao is the editorial assistant of the Green European Journal. She holds an MA in European Studies from KU Leuven, where she wrote her master’s dissertation on Ghana’s colonial legacy in its trade and development relations with the EU and China.

Articles

15.09.2022
The Untold Story of the Food Crisis

The war in Ukraine is only the latest tipping point for a global food system already on the edge. Jennifer Kwao explains why the roots of the food crisis lie in the structures of the world economy. Only by addressing food insecurity as a systemic issue can the EU credibly respond.

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27.10.2021
Gender in Climate Governance: Telling Numbers but Who is Listening?

The UN climate regime has a gender problem and it negatively affects our ability to combat the climate crisis.

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08.06.2021
Gender Justice: Beyond Binaries and Buzzwords

Breaking the silos of the mainstream and in gender equality policies requires a new approach centred around justice.

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30.11.2020
Black Lives Matter in Brexit Britain

Riding on a wave of nostalgia and amnesia, Britain set on a course to leave the EU. Disparities of the pandemic and the anti-racist movement brought home how the imperial past haunts today.

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