Saturday, June 16, 2012

Conference in Ghana 24-26 August 2012 convened by Kilombo

This is to invite you to Kilombo 2012, which is an event on Africa, Africans and Social Justice.
This is going to be an annual event and the first which is Kilombo 2012 will lay the foundation for
launching the Kilombo Centre for Civil Society and African Self-Determination.
The event, which is also a festival for the ending of neo-colonialism in Africa, will take place at
the Woezor Hotel, Ho, Ghana from 24th to 26th August 2012.
Participants should register through or phone 00233241498912.
Registration fees are 20 US Dollars or 15 Pounds Sterling.
There are very limited spaces.
Get int ouch early so that you can make necessary visa arrangements.

Below is the content of the programme:
Friday 24th August - Opening Rally - The Challenges of Post-Colonial Africa
Saturday 25th August
- Discussion on the book African Awakening - The Emerging Revolutions
published by Pambazuka Press
- Sudan and the Sahel Zone Conflict : Myth or Reality
- Crisis of Anti-Colonial Liberation Movements in the Post-Colonial Era
- Women in the Struggle for Social Justice in Post-Colonial Africa
- Philosophy of Social Justice and Decolonisation
- The Post-Colonial State and the Crisis of Petit-Bourgeois Experiments
- Culture as a facilitator of African Unity
- Spirituality and the Struggle for Social Justice
- Media and the Struggle for Social Justice
Suday 26th August
- The Challenges for Internationalism Today
- Panafricanism : the African Continent and the Diaspora
Closing Plenary : Ways Forward Out of Africa's Post-Colonial Crisis

Explo Nani-Kofi
Director, Kilombo Centre for Civil Society and African Self-Determination
P.O. Box CT 2007
Cantonments - Accra

Sudan Sensitisation Project (SSP)

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