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Join the Centre of African Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), and Royal African Society for the launch of Do Not Disturb – The story of a political...
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The Royal African Society is seeking a new Chair to succeed Zeinab Badawi who will complete her term later this year. This year, the Royal African Society celebrates its 120th Anniversary. At a time when many charities are facing existential challenges,...
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