The Oxford Africa Student: Proudly African …Ready to Change the World.
The Oxford University Africa Society provides a strong and legitimate voice within the university community and beyond for African students and others who are linked to the continent by way of ancestry, research, experience, or interest.
Pan Africa Conference
Toward a 21st Century Renaissance: Sowing the Seeds of Success
When: Saturday, 4 May 2013 (9am-5:30pm); Where: University of Oxford, UK
The 2013 Conference challenges us to catalyze the coming of age for Africa, in which artistic and technological endeavors flourish and put Africa on the path to sustainability and self-sufficient growth. The conference will bring together young and emerging academics, students, entrepreneurs, activists, and politicians to discuss and debate the challenges of the day in Africa. These discussions will help develop concrete strategies to nurture and sustain youth leadership in Africa and in African communities worldwide.
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Our membership is open to all individuals who are connected to the African continent by way of nationality, ancestry, research, and/or interest. We hope you will join us in taking up the challenge of shaping the continent. Through our activities and the bonds that are created, we will work together toward the Africa of which we all dream.
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