Cambridge-Africa PhD Scholarships available for 2021 entry
We are delighted to announce that, with support from the Cambridge Trust and the University of Cambridge, a seventh cohort of five Cambridge-Africa Scholars will be recruited for entry in October 2021.
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The first Uganda Cambridge Cancer Initiative Newsletter
We are delighted to share the very first Uganda Cambridge Cancer Initiative Newsletter, Issue 1, October 2020! Click on the link to view the full newsletter and learn more about the Initiative.
Dr Amit Bhasin was the Programme Manager of Cambridge-Africa and a hugely popular colleague and mentor within the University of Cambridge and beyond. We have raised funds to award an annual prize to an outstanding African student in his honour.
Our COVID-19 page
We have a new COVID-19 page with useful links, trusted resources and external events, relating to Cambridge and Africa.
Cambridge Africa updates & blogs
Our CA Updates page provides information on our recent work, project progress, blogs and collaborations we support.
Staying safe during the pandemic
The Cambridge-Africa team are working from home. Please use email@example.com to stay in touch. We will endeavour to keep our website up-to-date and reply to your messages.
Africa's agrarian questions then and now
Professor Henry Bernstein (Professor Emeritus, SOAS)
The Legacies of Slavery in Comparative Perspective- Dr. Sabine Cadeau & Dr. Nicolas Bell-Romero
4.00-5.00 p.m LEGACIES OF ENSLAVEMENT INQUIRY VIRTUAL EVENTS
ECHO COVID-19 Global Learning Collaborative – What Have We Learned About the Clinical Management of COVID-19?
With Dr. Soumya Swaminathan (WHO), 8-9am MDT, 2-3.30pm GMT
Land-scapes of conflict in Southern Somalia
Dr Ahmed Ibrahim (Carleton College) and Prof Catherine Besterman (Colby College)
East of England Global Health Conference (1st day)
Two half-day sessions (9th November morning session, 19th November afternoon session)
The Tragic Vision of the Civil Rights Movement
Brandon Terry (Harvard University)
Gucci and the Waqf: Inalienability in Beirut's Postwar Reconstruction
Dr Nada Moumtaz (University of Toronto)