Africa Re-Imagined
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“Life more abundant” was a major commitment of the anti-colonial movement. Today, entrenched autocracies, militant Islamism, military coups,
domestic warfare, forced migration and the morphing of external intervention overshadow fragile progress in democracy and development. Frank
assessment needs to be conducted on why the outcomes have differed so much from the aspirations.

Richard Joseph will share ideas on an appropriate academic response to these issues, and areas where there may be hope.

This event will be available to join in-person, and streamed online.
Date: 27 June 2023, 17:00 (Tuesday, 10th week, Trinity 2023)
Venue: New College, Holywell Street OX1 3BN
Venue Details: McGregor Matthews Room - No Disabled Access
Speakers: Professor Richard Joseph (Northwestern University), Dr Patrick Okigbo (Nextier Advisory), Godwin Nwangele (University of Oxford), Chi Okafor (Kendake Honey)
Organising department: New College
Organiser: Aimee Stewart (New College)
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Cost: Free
Audience: Public
Editor: Aimee Stewart