African Studies Centre

Leiden, Netherlands - 1 Follower

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The African Studies Centre is a leading and an independent scientific institute that undertakes social-science research on Africa. The organization was founded way back in 12 August 1947 with an aim to promote a better understanding and insight into historical, current and future social developments in Sub-Saharan Africa. It consisted of a scientific documentation centre in Leiden and a trade office in Rotterdam, which later moved to The Hague and changed its name to the Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC). The Afrika-Studiecentrum Leiden was officially set up on 28 August 1958. It function as a national centre in the field of African studies and to contribute to the education and teaching in these sciences and promotes the dissemination of knowledge and an understanding of African societies in the wider public sphere.

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29th
Jan, 2020

Pushing Boundaries in Advocacy for Inclusion

The Hague, Netherlands #Education
12th
Dec, 2019

LeidenASA Annual Meeting

Leiden, Netherlands #Business Services
10th
Oct, 2019

Reopened AfricaMuseum Tervuren

Leiden, Netherlands #Science
12th
Sep, 2019

Seminar: South Africa to India: Narratives of a Century of Repatriation

Leiden, Netherlands #Science #Education
16th
May, 2019

African Studies Centre Seminar Series Presence and social obligation An essay on the share

Leiden, Netherlands #Education
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African Studies Centre as Event Organizer

FLAGSHIP EVENTAfrican Studies Centre Seminar Series Fear of the trader at Whitehall
POPULARAfrican Studies Centre Seminar Series Presence and social obligation An essay on the share
POPULARSeminar: South Africa to India: Narratives of a Century of Repatriation