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Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell Wins 2013 African Diaspora Award

  We are delighted that the Founder and Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, was declared winner of the 2013 African Diaspora Award in the category of Community Hero on 2nd May 2013. At the ceremony, hosted at the luxurious Intercontinental London Westminster Hotel, Ms Aboa-Bradwell thanked the jury for […]

PCAP at Media Debates

The Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, recently represented PCAP at a series of debates on topics of interest to African communities and key stakeholders. These include: a Panel Discussion on Women and Humour around the World on 7th March 2013 at St James Theatre, London. The debate was chaired by […]

PCAP Joins HRH Prince Charles in Celebration of Prof Maathai

  On the morning of Wednesday 27th of March 2013, the Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples, Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, joined His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and many other guests of the Green Belt Movement (GBM) at Kew Gardens to celebrate the life and legacy of GBM founder and Nobel Laureate Professor […]

Press Release; 'Pitching Africa in the City', 23 April 2013

  If you need Further information please contact Sylvie on sbradwell[@]apadvocacy.org or 07952051994   March 2013, London FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ‘Leading Lions’ to Pitch Africa in the City Prominent members of the African Diaspora will brief City investors about innovative and lucrative ideas for Africa’s development at Cass Business School on 23 April 2013. The briefing, […]

PCAP at Guardian Global Development Debate

The Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP), Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, participated in a debate on global development hosted in London by The Guardian on 25th January 2013. The topic was the impact of migration on developing countries. The debate was chaired by John Vidal, Guardian’s environment editor. The other panellists included Michael Clemens, from […]

1st African Diaspora New Year Lecture

  The Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP) was delighted to organise the inaugural African Diaspora New Year Lecture on 23rd January 2013 at University College, London. PCAP’s vision in organising the lecture is to bring together outstanding members of the African Diaspora, partners and friends of Africa each January, so that they may exchange ideas […]

My Journey as a Writer

  My short-listing as ‘Author of the Year’ for the 2013 Women4Africa Awards has come as a huge shock to me. I have also been short-listed as ‘Career Woman of the Year’ and ‘Role Model of the Year’. But that did not surprise me. Maybe because, over the years, I have had many tangible achievements […]

The Un-African Nature of Racism

  A friend of mine, a public relations professional, once gave me the following advice: if you have an issue whose public knowledge could undermine the message you intend to convey to your service users, audience, community, voters, followers or simply friends, never wait for it to become public in a way you cannot control. […]

Success of PCAP’s Special Christmas Lecture Held 19th Dec 2012

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 […]

A PCAP Experience

Hello everyone! I’ve been asked to express my honest opinion about working at the Policy Centre for African Peoples. I’ll start by arguing that in a time when work experience is required to prove you can speak or read, as if all your years in the education system have been completed without any contact with […]