Through our policy and advocacy work we aim to amplify African voices and ideas in UK parliament through creating space for parliamentarians to engage in dialogue with civil society, community groups, politicians and officials, diaspora, academics, private sector, and other important stakeholders. 


Call for evidence for new policy inquiry: Africa and its Diaspora in UK School Curricula


As part of our 120th Anniversary this year, the Royal African Society in partnership with the All Party Parliamentary Group for Africa and Justice to History is undertaking a new policy inquiry into Africa and its Diaspora in UK School Curricula. The parliamentary committee of inquiry will include a number of experts in the field and be led by Lord Paul Boateng and will aim to draw up policy recommendations for submission to HM Government for response.


We are keen to gather as wide and diverse a range of information, knowledge and experience as possible… so if you went to school in the UK or work with UK schools, then we’d like to hear from you!


To find out how to have your say, see here (or download the PDF ). Deadline for submitting evidence is Monday 12th April 2021.