By Charmaine Pereira and Dzodzi Tsikata
This issue of Feminist Africa marks the successful transition of the journal from its birthplace, the African Gender Institute at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, across the continent to the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ghana, Accra. After a three-year gap, Feminist Africa has emerged with a new institutional host, a new editorial structure and a new website. Many people have been involved in ensuring that this transition takes place smoothly. This issue1 is on the theme of Extractivism, Resistance, Alternatives.
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