African Politics and Policy

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Month: February 2016

Tanzania: job opportunity

REPOA, Tanzania’s leading research institution, is looking forward to recruting a researcher. Further details about the vacancy can be found…

New Issue of the Newsletter of African Politics and Policy

The new issue of the newsletter can be found here http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/APP_Newsletter_twelfth_issue.pdf You may also be interested in: Cultural and Creative…

Master in Parliamentary Procedure

EUPADRA will offer a master in parliamentary procedure and legislative drafting awarded by LUISS University, University of London and Universidad…

Call for visiting professorship

EUPADRA will host scholars and practitioners as visiting professors in each of the three partners universities. http://eupadra.eu/index.php/2016/02/02/call-for-20162017-eupadra-visiting-professors/ You may also…

Rwanda: growth slowing down

World Bank estimates that economic growth in Rwanda will be slower than previously anticipated. The Rwandese economy, after growing by…

The Gambia: “Welcome to the Smiling Coast”

The Gambia: “Welcome to the Smiling Coast” https://vimeo.com/121875574 The documentary made by Alagie Manka (Gambian leading film producer), Bas Ackermann…

Cameroon: tells the history of slavery

At the Reunification Monument in Yaounde, the Ministry of Arts and Culture in collaboration with the United States Embassy and…

Nigeria: hosts the “Drum Festival”

In Abeokuta, the Ogun State, from April 19 to 22, will be held the Drums Festival, where the participants from…

Botswana: hosts the Kgalagadi Polka Festival

Tomorrow, February 26, at the Tsabong Showgrounds with the support of the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture will be…

London: “Uproot”, Michele Mathison

From February 5 to March 13, Tyburn Gallery, London, welcomes for South African sculptor’s exhibition “Uproot”. The sculptures and installations presented on…

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