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  • By Laurie Goering and Kathryn Werntz
  • 29/09/2015

A man is seen reading a newspaper in Abuja, Nigeria, April 29, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

29 Sept 2015 (11:30 London/ GMT+1) How can you turn your research findings, field visits and other experiences and insights into accessible blogs everyone will want to read? Join us for tips and to share ideas

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