The PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, participated in a recent TV debate discussing the social, political and economic situation of Ghana 60 years after its independence. The debate was chaired by the journalist Amina Taylor, Ms Aboa-Bradwell’s co-debater was the Ghanaian journalist Jon Offei-Ansah. Watch the Debate.
The PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, recently participated in a TV debate discussing South African youth, education and the 40th anniversary of the Soweto uprising. The debate was chaired by the South African-born journalist Vuyiswa Nggobongwana, Ms Aboa-Bradwell’s co-debater was the South African analyst Xolani Xala. Watch the Debate.
Throughout 2017, we will be briefing local, national and international organisations on new policies towards Africa and African communities. The aim of these briefings is to improve the way people and organisations engage with African communities, and explore avenues for collaboration. The policies we promote are based on years-long research and evidence-based recommendations. Below are […]
We are delighted that our think tank, the Policy Centre for African Peoples, will be participating in a historic conference on African media, due to take place at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, on 20th February 2015, 9 am to 6 pm. The PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, will be debating questions of […]
The Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP) was represented at a historic meeting co-organised in Addis Ababa on 8th November 2014 by the African Union and the South Africa-based think tank African Democratic Institute. The aim of the aforementioned meeting was to discuss common approaches to the Ebola crisis, and raise funds for the African […]