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African Right Livelihood Award Laureates speak in Bonn
On the occasion of a workshop organised by the RLC Bonn, four experts will speak about alternative development pathways in Africa, particularly in Botswana, Kenya, and Nigeria:
- David Amudavi, Director of Biovision Africa Trust (ʻRight Livelihood Awardʼ), Kenya
- Juliet Wanjiku Kamau, Research Associate, Development Geography, Bonn University, Kenya
- Jumanta Gakelebone, First People of the Kalahari (ʻRight Livelihood Awardʼ), Botswana
- Fidelis Allen, Associate Professor, RLC Campus at Port Harcourt University, Nigeria
Date: July 3, 2019, 6 PM
Venue: “Haus der Bildung”, Adult Education Center, Mülheimer Platz 1, Bonn-City
The event will free of charge and held in English. Kindly register your participation via e-mail: email@example.com
A livestream of the event is going to be available here
With financial support of the Foundation for International Dialogue of the Savings Bank in Bonn
RLC Bonn: “Mobilization for Change”-Workshop 2019
“All the research you are doing is for becoming an actor of change. We have heard about 14 different countries over the last three days, all with the same problems. With one common action we can create change”, said Helen Mack Chang, Laureate the Right Livelihood Award in 1992, about the RLC Bonn workshop “Mobilization for Change: Marginalized people and their access to opportunities and resources in a developing world” in May.
Mack Chang worked with 16 PhD students from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, who presented and discussed their applied research and, during the four-day workshop, built bridges between academia and activism.
The workshop was linked to the Global Media Forum of Deutsche Welle, which this year focused on shifting global power relations and its implications on media and civil society. Mack Chang participated in the TV show “Is civil society driven by networks?” (Sociedad civil: ¿amplificada por las redes?), which was aired all over Latin America and North America.