Guest post on behalf of The African Society of Cambridge University CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM – The African Society of Cambridge University (ASCU) is proud to announce the fifth annual ‘Africa Together’ conference to be held on Saturday, 16th June 2018. The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Pathways to a New Africa’, and will be held at the Cambridge Union Building, […]
The 6th Cambridge Africa Business Network (CABN) flagship event will be held on 17 June at the University of Cambridge. They promise an interesting and exciting event in which they will explore the opportunities and risks of conducting business in Africa, in sectors such as energy, infrastructure, technology, agriculture and education with a great line-up of speakers and panellists. This […]
Africa Together Conference 2017 The African Society of Cambridge University (ASCU) is proud to announce the fourth annual ‘Africa Together’ conference to be held on Saturday, 10th June 2017. The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Africa and a World in Transition’, and will be held at the Cambridge Union Building, University of Cambridge. What is it? ‘Africa Together’ is […]
When more than three hundred million men, women and children still live in poverty on the African continent, a land with so much wealth and potential, we must ask ourselves what our role (as Africans living in the Diaspora) is in ‘Engendering an Inclusive Africa ’. This was the question the African Society of Cambridge University aimed to answer at the […]
To commemorate Africa Day, the African Society of Cambridge University (ASCU), in partnership with various Africa-focused student societies across the University of Cambridge, has organised, Africa Together 2016, a day long event being held on June 10th to showcase, educate and celebrate the African continent and its people.
We can all attest to the power of thought. How we perceive internal and external activities can have profound effects on how we approach events and deal with challenges. Hence the sensitivity of the mind stress the need for active and prospective change-makers to maintain a positive countenance towards the motherland through paying special attention to how receive the information pertaining to Africa that our minds […]