Cambridge - Africa Day
12 May 2020
Save the date!
We are pleased to announce “Cambridge-Africa Day 2020” will be held on Tuesday 12th May this year, at St John’s College, University of Cambridge. We aim to showcase a range of research projects and initiatives resulting from collaborations and partnerships between academics and students in Cambridge and Africa with a keynote on evidence based policy making in sub-Saharan Africa. Registration will open shortly and we will update this page the programme develops.
Meet the Cambridge-Africa team!
Dr Caroline Trotter - Academic Director, Dr Amit Bhasin - Programme Manager, Corinna Alberg - MUII / THRiVE Programmes Coordinator (Cambridge), Parinaz Hariri - Cambridge Africa ALBORADA Research Fund Coordinator
An overview of the Cambridge-Africa Programme, 2018
Supporting Innovative, internationally-competitive and sustainable African research: annual report.
Cambridge-Makerere video linked seminars.
An annual series of immunology lectures delivered in Cambridge and streamed to Immunology students at Makerere University, Uganda. See the MUII-plus pages under the Initiatives tab for the current series.
How has the UK’s aid commitment advanced the Sustainable Development Goals?
by Intellectual Forum, Jesus College
"Measuring Peace: Principles, Practices and Politics"- Book Discussion with Professor Richard Caplan
Richard Caplan - Professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford
Rebel Lives, photographs from inside the Lord's Resistance Army
Kristof Titeca, University of Antwerp
Young Innovator’s Forum Event
HISTORIANS’ ALLEGIANCES: NIGERIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THE POLITICS OF BELONGING
Dr. Samaila Suleiman Department of History Bayero University, Kano
Jude Browne (Cambridge)
Stories of Kalingalinga Photographic Exhibition
Anglia Ruskin University Gallery Until 13th February