Stephanie Wild is the Assistant Editor for the Journal of Political Risk, Research Associate for the advocacy organisation Security Women and a Volunteer Correspondent for the think tank CPG, while pursuing her MPhil in Public Law from the University of Cape Town. She holds a BSocSci (PPE) and an Honours degree in Transitional Justice. Her most recent research has looked at public health reform in South Africa, global foreign influence legislation, as well as gendered approaches to security forces and transitional justice mechanisms.
Latest posts by Stephanie Wild
Emphasizing humanitarian aid and empowering women's self-determination and autonomy might be a better approach to creating meaningful change for women and girls than sanctions as a sole strategy.
How political gaslighting undermines public policy; a case study of South Africa, Brazil and the United States
The political landscape of 2022 is inextricably linked to the phenomenon of ‘political gaslighting’, the erosion of the general public’s epistemic autonomy and self-trust for the sake of forwarding a particular political agenda.
Growing inequality and uncapped wealth have created a mega-wealthy segment of society. With this money comes influence that may pose a danger to the integrity of domestic policy and sovereignty.