Kiye: March 8th 2022

To mark International Women’s Month, which also co-incides with our own marking of (O)gelede festival, both of which commemorate the achievements, power and potential of women, mothers and femininity, motherhood, the nurturing and the cautioning – this year, the kiye is done by Jebujene’s editor, Dele Meji, and we hope to invite others to do … Continue reading Kiye: March 8th 2022

Nudge: By Richard, Thaler and Cass Sunstein

Full Title: Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth and Happiness Nudge is a strong and popular introduction into the subject of behavioural economics, and in particular the aspect of it which seeks to influence policy vis a vis everyday life; Thaler and Sunstein argue that humans contrary to formal economic theory of human economic behaviour … Continue reading Nudge: By Richard, Thaler and Cass Sunstein

The half-truths and painful pasts of the Riviera in Bilbao – By Maimouna Jallow

A constant throng of people flows down the wide stone walkway of the Riviera. Walkers. Joggers. Strollers. In pairs. In threes. Alone. There’s one woman with long green hair and lots of people wearing white trainers. In fact, I calculate that out of every 10, about seven wear white sports shoes. Nike. Converse. Adidas. Others … Continue reading The half-truths and painful pasts of the Riviera in Bilbao – By Maimouna Jallow