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.
We are delighted to invite you to the public presentation of Lead4Hope on Mandela Day (18th July). Lead4Hope is a project that, between September 2017 and September 2018, will promote the social engagement of young people. SPEAKERS: Debbie Ariyo OBE, Director, Africans Unite Against Child Abuse Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, Director, Policy Centre for African […]
The PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, had her research, Entrepreneurship, Social Engagement and African Development in the 21st Century recently published by the Institute of Economic Affairs. You may read the research on PP. 73-89 of the booklet. Download the booklet
On 15th October 2016, the PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, was the guest of the renowned journalist Denise Epote on TV5 Monde, to discuss leadership in Africa. Watch the interview
The CEO of the leadership training organisation Medzan Training and Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples, Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, recently had the below article published in the magazine We Are the City. Designing Your Roadmap to Success –By Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell When people hear that I run a company based in the City […]
The PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, participated in a TV debate discussing the leadership and political crisis in Gabon on 3rd September 2016. The debate was chaired by the journalist Amina Taylor, Ms Aboa-Bradwell’s co-debater was the pan-African analyst Explo Nani-Koffi. Watch the Debate.
The PCAP Director, Ms Aboa-Bradwell, was recently interviewed by Women in Foreign Policy Magazine. Read the interview.
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 […]
You are cordially invited to MEDWAY QUESTION TIME A debate with parliamentary candidates in the Medway towns Chair: Afua Hirsch –Social Affairs Editor at Sky News Panellists: Paul Clark –Former Government Minister, Labour Party Parliamentary Candidate for Gillingham and Rainham; Kelly Tolhurst –Conservative Party Parliamentary Candidate for Rochester and Strood; Rehman Chishti –MP and Conservative […]