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Launch of Africa Hub

Warwick Africa Hub Launch

Connecting Warwick and African partners to jointly address global challenges and support the development of the region’s leaders in research, education, and beyond.

Warwick Africa Hub

The Warwick Africa Hub will be the focal point within the university for coordinating and monitoring the Warwick Africa Partnerships Strategy, and will engage with African universities to jointly address major global development challenges. The Hub will develop connections with individuals and institutions that are distinctive in their emphasis on long-term capacity building, and identify shared priorities between Warwick and African partners.

Warwick Africa Hub Launch

20 June, 13:30-18:15, the Oculus 0.03

The Warwick Africa Hub launch programme featured three discussion panels. These explored Warwick's activities in Africa; student initiatives and opportunities; and North-South research and education collaborations.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stuart Croft, announced the launch of the Warwick Africa Hub, followed by an inaugural annual Distinguished Africa Lecture by Professor Ernest Aryeetey, Secretary-General of the African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA).

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