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.
The latest policy brief written by the Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, was published in Global Development Goals, a compilation of articles by prominent thinkers recently released by the United Nations Association-UK. The policy brief, titled “Myth-Busting: a sine qua non for Africa’s 21st century development“, argues that persistent […]
The Policy Centre for African Peoples was represented by its Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, at a recent TV debate on the 50 years of the African Union. Watch the Debate
The Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP) successfully hosted the special Christmas lecture, ‘Pitching Africa: The Untapped Market Potential of Afri can History and Culture’ at the Khalili Lecture Theatre, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, on Wednesday, 19th December 2012, 6.30pm -9pm This special Christmas lecture was attended by dozens of members of the African […]
You know these horrible stories you usually hear about people being mistakenly buried alive? If you do not want that to happen to me, when my time comes, do not bother looking for a doctor to check whether I am really dead or not. Just grab a few people and improvise a debate titled ‘The […]