Kah Walla – political leader, social activist and entrepreneur
African mobilities – governing to make African movement free and fair
Thursday 20 September 10.45-12.00, Room X
Kah Walla is a well-known champion for women’s rights in her country. She is president of the Cameroon Gender and Development Network, and founder of Cameroon Ô’Bosso, a citizen movement to help the grassroots organise to defend their interests. In 2011, Newsweek & The Daily Beast cited her as one of 150 women who shake the world and New African named her one the 100 most important Africans.
Francis Nyamnjoh – Professor of anthropology at University of Cape Town, South Africa
Mobility, globalisation and the policing of citizenship and belonging in the 21st century
Francis Nyamnjoh has written extensively on issues as diverse as democratization, ethnicity and regionalism in Africa, globalization, and the role and place of the media in Africa.