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When - 05/7/2022
Date & Time: Tuesday, 5th July, 17:00 – 18:00 BST In August 2022, Angola will hold the country’s most competitive elections since the end of the civil war in 2002. A...
RAS Director, Dr Nicholas Westcott, who is also currently a Visiting Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, has just published an ECFR policy note on Shared Fortunes: Why Britain, the EU, and Africa need each other. It highlights the i...
We are seeking to recruit a talented, energetic and efficient Events Manager with a creative and innovative approach to promoting contemporary Africa. They will be responsible for designing, managing and implementing the Royal African Society’s programme o...
Photo credit: A wheat field in Russia. Credit: Ekaterina Sotova. Not one country has been spared the latest hike in food and fuel costs driven by the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February. It is normal practice to cite the IMF’s quarterly World Econ...
A report was released on March 22nd, 2022 from the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Africa, supported by the Royal African Society and the educational consultancy, Justice 2 History. The report highlights the urgent need to overhaul how Africa is studied in...