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CALL FOR PAPER AND PARTICIPATION A COLLOQUIUM AND BOOK PROJECT IN SOUTH AFRICA 23-28 April 2018

COLLOQUE ET PROJET DE LIVRE SUR:

« LES HEROS ET HEROINES DES MOUVEMENTS DU RETOUR EN AFRIQUE, LE PANAFRICANISME, LE NATIONALISME AFRICAIN ET L’AFRICANISME MONDIAL : LES HERITAGES DE LEURS PENSEES SUR LES PLANS PHILOSOPHIQUE, E

 
 

CALL FOR PAPER AND PARTICIPATION
A COLLOQUIUM AND BOOK PROJECT ON
“HEROINES AND HEROES OF BACK TO AFRICA MOVEMENTS, PAN AFRICANISM, AFRICAN NATIONALISM AND GLOBAL AFRICANISM; LIBERATION MOVEMENTS IN AFRICA AND GLOBAL AFRICAN CIVIL RI

 
 

Resolutions of the First Pan African Colloquium held at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, January 13-15, 2016
After three days of deliberations and considering questions of the heroes and heroines of the Pan African world, the C

 
 

COMMUNIQUE OF 1ST GLOBAL AFRICAN INDIGENOUS AND DERIVED RELIGIONS – GAIRs – SYMPOSIUM, OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE, NIGERIA (AUG 8TH-13TH 2016)

BACKGROUND

Indigenous African Religions are fundamental to Africans

 
 

REPORT OF THE 1ST GLOBAL AFRICAN INDIGENOUS AND DERIVED RELIGIONS SYSMPOSIUM – 
GAIRs – SYMPOSIUM,  OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE, OSUN STATE, NIGERIA
 (AUG 8TH-13TH 2016).

 

BACKGRO

 
 
CALL FOR PAPER AND PARTICIPATION A COLLOQUIUM AND BOOK PROJECT IN SOUTH AFRICA 23-28 April 2018

CALL FOR PAPER AND PARTICIPATION
A COLLOQUIUM AND BOOK PROJECT ON
“HEROINES AND HEROES OF BACK TO AFRICA MOVEMENTS, PAN AFRICANISM, AFRICAN NATIONALISM AND GLOBAL AFRICANISM; LIBERATION MOVEMENTS IN AFRICA AND GLOBAL AFRICAN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTS
-THEIR PHILOSOPHICAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC THOUGHTS AND LEGACIES.”

23-28 APRIL, 2018

AT FREEDOM PARK, PRETORIA,

SOUTH AFRICA

THABO MBEKI AFRICAN LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE AND THE FREEDOM PARK, PRETORIA

IN COLLOBORATION WITH
                                     
                  PANAFRICAN STRATEGIC AND POLICY RESEARCH GROUP, LAGOS
                               
People of African descent who were forced to leave Africa over 400 years ago have always had the desire to go back to Mother Africa. There were African communities and individuals in the Caribbean, England and North America who returned or were repatriated back to Africa during slavery and after emancipation. Under the leadership of many unsung heroines and heroes, there are accounts of many who returned from the USA and the Caribbean to Liberia and from England to Sierra Leone and have made valuable contribution to those societies. In the nineteenth century, spearheaded by African descendants in the USA, the back-to-Africa movements have encouraged persons of African descent to return to their African homelands. They have spurred similar movements in the diaspora. They are not only concerned with physical repatriation but with socio-political and economic conditions on the African continent. This movement can be traced back to the nineteenth century with many unsung heroes and heroines who questioned the status quo and called for African unity.

Source: PANAFSTRAG/THABO MBEKI AFRICAN LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE  Posted: 2017-11-08
 
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