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What’s Trending #015

This week, we have trending news from all over Africa and beyond. There’s so much happening from day – day so What’s Trending? focuses on bringing the most inte...
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African ‘Question Time’

As part of the African Voices @ UCL season launching UCL’s new African Studies Research Centre you are invited to a special ‘African Question Time.’ This wil...
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Weaving literacy into lifelong learning

On Friday 18th November 2016, the British Association for Literacy in Development are convening an all-day interactive seminar in central London, UK, in conjunc...
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23rd Africa Oil Week 2016

The Africa Oil Week-2016 event will showcase Africa’s Governments, National Oil Companies, Licensing Agencies and corporate players shaping the continent’s futu...
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Cycle Africa for Africa 2016

A 9-day trip with five days of cycling across Tanzania to fund-raise on behalf of Bread and Water for Africa UK and support life-changing educational programmes...
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Africa on the Square 2016

Africa on the Square returns to Trafalgar Square for the third time on Saturday 15 October. This popular event celebrates African arts and culture. There’ll be ...
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WOMEN WRITERS OF THE FUTURE: SI LEEDS PRIZE

Hear a discussion of diversity in publishing at this pre-award event for the SI Leeds Literary Prize. The lack of diversity in publishing has long been a pro...
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TEJU COLE: Home Strange Home

Hear provocative insights into literature, history and the most pressing issues of the present. One of the world's foremost writers and cultural observers, T...
Nancy Lindborg, president, United States Institute of Peace, introduces Dr. John P. Holdren, assistant to the President for Science and Technology, to announce the launch of an international public-private partnership to help developing nations advance their climate resilience on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, DC. As part of this partnership, NASA has released a new Earth Exchange Global Daily Downscaled Projections (NEX-GDDP) dataset that will provide daily downscaled climate model outputs for every country in the world. Photo Credit: (NASA/Aubrey Gemignani)

John Garnett Lecture 2016

This year’s lecture will be delivered by Nancy Lindborg, the President of the United States Institute for Peace, on how strategy can be used in conflict res...