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Date: Oct 23, 2018 Time: 18:00 ( c.t. ) - 19:45 ( c.t. ) ( Tuesday )

Antworten an die Zukunft: Afrika

Series: Die Welt im Wandel
Description:

Africa – a continent of diversity: with diverse opportunities, but likewise multi-facetted challenges regarding its future development. Demographic development, fragile statehood, habitats, and the way in which stakeholders in international cooperation want to operate in the future are topics and questions that are going to be addressed by this year’s event series “Die Welt im Wandel”. The series will kick-off with a panel discussion that will focus on Africa and, thus, tries to approximate the further topics of the lecture series. The impulses and discussions will address the multi-layered and complex historical and current social, ecological as well as economic conditions and challenges and will try to offer possible solutions.

 
 
Programme:

Keynote Speech
: Prince Dr. Asfa-Wosen Asserate
 
Panel discussion with:
  • Christoph Rauh, Head of sub-department in acting capacity, sub-department 20 - Africa, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
  • Prince Dr. Asfa-Wossen Asserate, Management consultant for Africa, bestselling author, political analyst
  • Prof. Dr. Detlef Müller- Mahn, University professor development geography, head of the CRC 228 "Future Rural Africa" project, University of Bonn
  • Dr. Boniface Mabanza Bambu, Development expert, head of the Kirchliche Arbeitsstelle Südliches Afrika (KASA), Heidelberg

  • The event will be held in German.
  • After the event, the co-operation partners kindly invite you to a reception with with drinks and snacks. 
  • Please, register online until October 22nd, 2018.

A co-operation by:

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Public access: Yes
Location: Bonner Universitätsforum
Address: Heussallee 18-24, 53113 Bonn
Weblink: https://www.fiw.uni-bonn.de/die-welt-im-wandel
Event host: Forum Internationale Wissenschaft
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