Africa Knows! It is time to decolonise minds

All 48 Panels with a video

A01Educational foundationsvideo
A02History of education in Africavideo
A03aLeave no knowledge behindvideo
A03bLeading from the Southvideo
A04Reflexivity and positionality in doing excellent researchvideo
B06Strengthening postgraduate environments in African academiavideo
B07Decolonising higher education in Africa: disciplinary and pedagogical Issuesvideo
B08Decolonizing the knowledge linkages between Africa and the rest of the worldvideo
B09Decolonizing African heritage inside and outside the African continentvideo
B10International knowledge migrationvideo
B11Asia-africa, A New Axis of Knowledgevideo
B12Knowledge networking within Africavideo
C13The European Union and Africa's knowledge infrastructurevideo
C14Sustainable diplomacy between Africa and Europe: what knowledge capabilities should be developed?video
C15Challenges of African Studies in Central and Eastern Europevideo
D16Country/region-specific knowledge development histories in Africavideo
D16aInnovations, new paradigms and knowledge development in North Africavideo
D18Disciplinary trends in Africa: water science and technologyvideo
D19Disciplinary trends in Africa: historyvideo
D20Health challenges in urbanizing Africa and win-win partnershipvideo
D21Disciplinary trends in Africa: economics, finance studies, business studiesvideo
D23The order(ing) of knowledge: epistemology of studies of health, culture and education in Africa / (In)discipline de la connaissance: epistémologie des recherches sur l'Afriquevideo
D24The interdisciplinary field of health studies and economics, experiences from Africavideo
D25Digital humanities in Africavideo
D26Multiplicity of learning events: the relationality of learning in Africa and beyondvideo
D27aLanguage issues: reconfiguring language use in African studiesvideo
D27bThe language issue and knowledge communication in Africavideo
D28aLanguage history and its present relevancevideo
D28bLanguage history and its present relevancevideo
E29Local knowledge and its (non-)integration in 'formal' education institutionsvideo
E30Future trends, grand challenges, and politics of anticipation in Africa (and the role of interdisciplinary studies in Africa)video
E31Re-imagining the Sahel: the place of endogenous knowledgevideo
E32Slums as places of innovations, ingenuity and creativityvideo
E33Decolonizing the academe in 'red areas', with a focus on the Great Lakes regionvideo
E34Other ways of knowing? Exploring religious knowing and development in Africavideo
E35Towards a multispecies approach in African Studiesvideo
F37Resilience and scarcityvideo
F38Artificial intelligence and smart manufacturing in Africavideo
F40Citizen science and environmental monitoringvideo
G41Youth employment, knowledge and the labour markets; knowledge and societyvideo
G42Economically empowered young people in Africa: promoting creativity and inclusivenessvideo
H44Community-engaged learning and higher educationvideo
H45Knowledge and actionvideo
H46Technical and vocational education and training (TVET): bridging the gap - lessons from the Dutch and African experiencevideo
H47aPart 1: Policy reforms for agricultural tertiary and vocational education and training in Africavideo
H47bPart 2: Integration of ATVET into broader systems of agricultural knowledge, skills and innovationvideo
H48Bridging the gap between research and policyvideo
H50How can curriculum decolonization operate in the third space in Global South-North collaborations?video

* This conference took place from December 2020 to February 2021 *
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