About the show
Presented by the Royal African Society, the British Council, the International Development Department and the Department of African Studies and Anthropology at the University of Birmingham
Following a year that’s delivered major surprises in Africa and globally, what does 2017 hold for the African continent? Will it be a year of crises or triumphs? Across politics, economics, culture and development, we are joined by expert speakers who will give their take on the outlook for 2017.
Dr Njoki Ngumi (Maker and Member of the Nest Collective / Learning, Development, Monitoring and Research at HEVA Fund, Kenya)
Professor Nic Cheeseman (International Development Department, University of Birmingham)
Professor Franklyn Lisk (Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, University of Warwick)
Eliza Anyangwe (Writer & Founder of The Nzinga Effect)
More information: bit.ly/Africain2017