La conférence du réseau AEGIS - African studies in Europe, est organisée par le Centro de Estudos Africanos - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa à Lisbonne (Portugal).
Appel à proposition de panel jusqu’au 19 octobre 2012
Extrait de la présentation en ligne :
« The 2010s have witnessed the consolidation of most African states and institutions. However, fifty years after the foundation of the Organization of African Unity in 1963, the international panorama and Africa’s position in it have changed considerably. The world’s geopolitical and economic configuration has evolved, with new actors appearing on an increasingly globalized scene. Under these conditions and given its own trajectory, the current challenges that Africa faces include the promotion of peace and security, human rights, democratic institutions and particularly the integration and socioeconomic development of Africans, as stated by the OUA’s successor, the African Union. ECAS 2013 will discuss three aspects of this new configuration and its effects on African societies : political challenges, economic and development changes and social creativity. The conference’s main focus will be the contemporary period, while taking into account the historical dimension of these issues. »
Consulter le site de la conférence pour les modalités.