Previous events

Restorative Justice: healing wounds and repairing lives – advancing the human rights of survivors of genocide in Rwanda|
Date:  Monday 18 July 2011  10.00am
Location:  Atrium Gallery, Old Building
Speaker:  N/A

Global Imbalances and Social Challenges|
Date: Wednesday 22 June 2011 6.30pm
Location: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Presenter: Jean-Michel Severino, Martin Wolf

Political Questions, the Social Question and other Quandaries|
Date:  Tuesday 14 June 2011  6.00pm
Location:  Shaw Library, 6th floor, Old Building
Speaker:  Kate O'Regan

Education and Zimbabwe
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Date: Friday 09 June 2011 6.30pm
Location: LG G09, New Academic Building
Speaker: Peter Godwin

Why Nations Fail?|
Date: Wednesday 08 June 2011 6.30-8pm
Location:  Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker:  Professor James Robinson
Rhian Benson Returns to LSE: Music, Conversation, African Inspiration  |
Date:  Monday 06 June 2011  7.00pm
Location:  Shaw Library, Old Building
Speaker:  Rhian Benson
Africa's Diasporas: a continental longing for form?|
Date:  Tuesday 24 May 2011  6.30pm
Location:  Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:  Professor Ato Quayson
At First Blush: some consequences of how biomedical knowledge of AIDS arrives|
Date:  Wednesday 18 May 2011  6.30pm
Location:  Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:  Dr Jonny Steinberg

LSE and the UCT share a panel session at the World Economic Forum
|Date:    Friday 06 May 2011 9am
Location:    TBC, South Africa

What are the responsibilities of the private sector to HIV positive workers in Africa?| 
Date:    Wednesday 04 May 2011  6.30pm
Location:    Alumni Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Jenni Gillies, Vanessa Green, Professor Alan Whiteside
Picturing Life as a Young Carer in Africa| 
Date:    Wednesday 20 April 2011  10.00am
Location:    Atrium Gallery, Old Building
Speaker:    N/A
Media and African Democracy|
Date:    Monday 21 March 2011  6.30pm
Location:    Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker:    Professor Adebayo Adedeji
The curse of African sovereignty: should we continue to recognize African states?  | 
Date:    Thursday 10 March 2011  6.30pm
Location:    Room 2.04, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Professor Pierre Englebert
British Aid and Decolonization: 1950s-1970s  | 
Date:    Tuesday 08 March 2011  6.30pm
Location:    Room 402, Clement House
Speaker:    Dr Ichiro Maekawa
Is the Sahel the New Afghanistan? (Cancelled)
|Date:    Wednesday 02 March 2011  4.30pm
Location:    NAB 2.06, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Yahia Zoubir 
Has Fairtrade Asked for Enough?  | 
Date:    Tuesday 01 March 2011  6.30pm
Location:    New Theatre, East Building
Speaker:    Adam Brett, Deborah Doane and others tbc
Writing Across Borders- a Botswana Perspective  |   
Date:        Saturday 19 February 2011  12.00pm
Location:        Alumni Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:        Lauri Kubuitsile
Cessation: Ugandan Style  | 
Date:    Thursday 03 February 2011  6.00pm
Location:    CLM D.402, Clement House
Speaker:    Barbara Harrell-Bond OBE
Trapped by the Past? Institutional Legacies and African Development  | 
Date:    Tuesday 25 January 2011  6.30pm
Location:    Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Professor Gareth Austin, Professor Joseph Inikori, Professor James Robinson
The Politics of Patronage: The Curse of African Democracy  | 
Date:    Wednesday 08 December 2010  6.30pm
Location:    Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Professor Nicolas van de Walle, Professor Leonard Wantchekon
Africa and the World: the view from Washington  | 
Date:    Tuesday 30 November 2010  6.30pm
Location:    Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker:    Howard Wolpe
African Whistle-blowers: Fighting Corruption from the Inside  | 
Date:    Tuesday 26 October 2010  6.30pm
Location:    Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker:    John Githongo

Managing Natural Resource Rents: China and    Africa|
Date:
    Monday 20 September 2010  4.30pm
Location:    Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Dr Christopher Alden, Professor Paul Collier, Dr Gobind Nankani, Alan Winters

Indian investment in    Africa: implications for global economic change|
Date:
    Wednesday 30 June 2010  2.00pm
Location:    G108, 20 Kingsway
Speaker:    Dr Amit Mitra
Lessons of Rwanda and Darfur: Some Questions for Human Rights Activists|
Date:
    Monday 10 May 2010  6.30pm
Location:    Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Professor Mahmood Mamdani
'Running While Others Walk': the challenge of African development  | 
Date:    Tuesday 27 April 2010  6.30pm
Location:    Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Professor Thandika Mkandawire
Schooling deux vitesses: the role of French in Arabized Moroccan state education|
Date:    Thursday 18 February 2010  4.30pm
Location:    Seligman Library A607, Old Building
Speaker:    Charis Boutieri
Looking Beyond the Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities for Africa  | 
Date:    Tuesday 15 September 2009  6.30pm
Location:    Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker:    Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
Surviving the global economic crisis - perspectives from    Africa    and Asia|
Date:    Thursday 18 June 2009  5.30pm
Location:    Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Ernest Aryeetey, Surjit Bhalla, Richard Portes, Yu Yongding  Gobind Nankani
How did HIV/AIDS affect rural communities in    Africa? The answer to the question|
Date:    Thursday 14 May 2009  6.30pm
Location:    New Theatre, East Building
Speaker:    Professor Stefan Dercon, Dr Janet Seeley; Chair: Professor Tony Barnet
Corruption, the ANC and South    Africa's uncertain future|
Date:    Tuesday 05 May 2009  6.30pm
Location:    Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker:    Andrew Feinstein and Michela Wrong; Chair, Jonathan di John
Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for  Africa|
Date:    Thursday 05 March 2009  6.00pm
Location:    Brunch Bowl Reception Area, Old Building
Speaker:    Dambisa Moyo
 
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