The programme will provide an opportunity for managers from government departments and NGOs based in Africa or working on Africa-related issues to discuss topical issues affecting the African continent.
Sessions will draw upon SOAS' unrivalled expertise and include the participation of renowned academics from other institutions. There will be two sessions each morning and a practical, interactive workshop each afternoon.
Topics will include:
Contemporary challenges of governance and leadership
Law and governance
Corruption and anti-corruption strategies
Conflict resolution and the role of government
Africas relations with China and India
Civil society and governance
Workshops will be held on three afternoons, focussing on the topics 'Defining Governance in Development', 'Accountability and Leadership' and 'Practical Aspects of Effective Governance'.
The course will be convened by SOAS Lecturer in Law Dr Emilia Onyema and administered by the School's Research and Enterprise Office, which incorporates the Centre of African Studies.
For further details about the programme and fees and instructions on how to enrol, please see www.soas.ac.uk/gla or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 207 898 4837.
Research and Enterprise Office
London WC1H 0XG
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