Over 100 leading researchers, practitioners and policy makers from around the continent to share ideas and best research practices
In an effort to revive Pan Africanism that speaks to the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century and drives development, peace and security on the African continent, the Human Sciences Research Council's Africa Institute of South Africa is hosting the 9th annual African Unity for Renaissance International Conference in Pretoria.
The conference has brought together over 100 leading researchers, practitioners and policy makers from around the continent to share ideas and best research practices under the theme: "Pan Africanism for the 21st Century: Innovative Paths for Africa's Future Development".
The two-day conference is aimed at, among other things, reflecting on the continued relevance and contribution of Pan Africanism in Africa's development.
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