Cambridge Africa Day Conference


In commemoration of Africa day, the African Society of Cambridge
University (ASCU) is proud to announce the third annual ‘Africa
Together’ conference to be held on the 10th of June 2016. This year’s
conference is themed ‘Engendering an Inclusive Africa’, and will be held
at the Cambridge Union Society of Cambridge University.

The event promises to be one of the largest and most diverse
commemorations of Africa Day in the UK, and we would welcome your
participation.

The ‘Africa Together’ conference intends to bring together thought
leaders across fields to ignite critical discourse around the paradigm
shifts contributing to the Africa we foresee. The day will include
keynote addresses as well as panel discussions, exhibitions and
performances by African artists. Some of the confirmed speakers include
Kanayo F. Nwanze, president of the International Fund for Agricultural
Development (IFAD), Fadumo Qasim Dayib, presidential candidate for
Somalia, Madjiguene Sock, partner at Dalberg Africa, Olajumoke Adenewo,
AD Consulting and Johnson Ememandu, head of commercial banking, Access
Bank UK. Also featured are Donald Molosi, actor/writer and official
Ambassador for Brand Botswana, Imad Mesdoua, political analyst for
Africa Matters Limited and guest commentator for the BBC, Al Jazeera and
France 24, Muna Onuzo, president of the Foundation for Women in Film and
Television.

If you have any queries regarding programming or logistics, feel free to
contact me at ep484@cam.ac.uk or ascu@cusu.cam.ac.uk or visit our
website http://africatogether.org.uk