Sat 1 Jun
Africa Together: Which Way Forward?
Africa and The Global Agenda for Sustainable Development
Venue: Cambridge Union, 9A Bridge St, Cambridge, CB2 1UB
The conference proposes to minimise the rhetoric and to showcase the concrete ways in which African policy makers, business leaders, innovators, young people have responded to the call for sustainable action
We have an amazing line-up of more than 30 speakers and below is a sneak peek preview of 2 of them. For just £19 (students) or £29 (professionals) with our early bird rate, you can participate in productive and insightful conversations and network with these high-profile people! Grab your tickets now before the first 100 early bird tickets run out!
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Fri 7 Jun
QUENTIN SKINNER LECTURE AND COLLOQUIUM - 'Rethinking Liberties in 20th-Century Africa`
CRASSH - Alison Richard Building
Dr Emma Hunter (Edinburgh) will give this year's Quentin Skinner Lecture, 'Rethinking Liberties in 20th-Century Africa,' at 11:30 on 7 June, 2019, at CRASSH in the Alison Richard Building. Registration opens at 11:00.
The lecture will be followed by an afternoon colloquium on the lecture's themes, with papers from Justin Willis (Durham), Rohit De (Yale), Harri Englund (Cambridge), and Florence Brisset-Foucault (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne).
Registration is required: £20/£10 students.
For full details, programme and online registration, please see:
The Quentin Skinner Lecture on Intellectual History since c. 1500 is an annual event. All are welcome.
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Fri 28 Jun
Celebrating African voices and ideas in STEM
Africans in STEM Symposium seeks to create an avenue for Africans across all STEM fields in the UK to connect, share ideas and create possible collaborations. If you seek to expand your network, hone your public speaking skills and learn about amazing and diverse fields of STEM, then the 2019 Africans in STEM Symposium is right for you. Register now to attend!
Find out more about this event by visiting our website www.africansinstem.co.uk
Date And Time:
Fri, 28 June 2019, 09:00 – 17:00 BST
Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
West Cambridge site, Cambridge CB3 0AS
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Tue 2 Jul
Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge
This conference will investigate the role of play-based learning in low income countries, as well as in low resource settings within middle and higher income countries.
It will bring together researchers, policy actors and non-governmental organisations with the aim of drawing lessons on play-based learning across settings, as well as identifying variations between contexts.
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