- Where is South Africa Heading after the elections?
FUF and the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) invites you to a panel discussion on where South Africa is heading in the coming years after these elections. Read more.
- Gendered (In)securities in Eastern Africa
As the 20 years of the resolution 1325 on ‘Women, peace and security’ is approaching the seminar aims at putting a spotlight on the gendered (in)securities in Eastern Africa. Open for all, no entrance fee.
- Engendering Access to Justice for Development in Sub Saharan Africa
The Nordic Africa Institute, University of Western Cape and Comillas Pontifical University invite academics, practitioners and policy makers to an international conference. Please note that submissions for papers are now closed. Read more about the workshop.
- Taxation for Inclusive Development
The Nordic Africa Institute invites academics, practitioners and policy makers to an international workshop. Closing date for submitting abstracts is 19 June 2019. Read more about the workshop and how to participate.
- Writing repression - literature evening and workshop
Welcome to meet acclaimed Zimbabwean author Novuyo Rosa Tshuma on an evening focused on the power of literature in a context of repression. Keynote: Ashleigh Harris. Free entrance - all are welcome!
- Opportunities and Challenges for the Extractive Sector in Africa - Policy Dialogue
The African Natural Resources Centre (ANRC) of the African Development Bank and the Nordic Africa Institute will bring together stakeholders at a policy dialogue on ‘Challenges and Opportunities for Africa’s Extractive Sector.’ At the dialogue, recent trends in Africa’s extractive sector will be discussed by researchers, development partners, policy makers and other stakeholders. This is likely to create opportunities for investments as well as understanding the future risks to the broad spectrum of stakeholders. Possible outcomes of the policy dialogue is a book of conference proceedings, as well as policy briefs.
This event is closed, for invites only.
- Workshop: Democratic Decentralization and Sustainable Development
The Nordic Africa Institute invites seasoned academics, local government and development practitioners and policy makers to a workshop aiming to critically examine progress, impacts and challenges of democratic decentralization, local governance and development reforms in Ghana for the past three decades. Deadline for abstracts is 10 February, 2019. Read more about the workshop and how to participate.
- The Future of Africa-EU Relations
Roundtable on the post-2020 partnership. Read more >>