The Oxford University Africa Society (AfriSoc) focuses on African affairs at the University of Oxford. The Society seeks to set the agenda for the future of the African Continent by providing a platform for students hailing from or interested in Africa to critically engage. Above all, AfriSoc is a community of change agents passionate about Africa.
Our Society came to life in 1958 and has become the platform for the discussion of African contemporary issues. It became a vibrant forum within the University at times of many African states becoming independent after decades of colonialism.
The society is an official student club of the University of Oxford (registered through the Proctor‘s Office on an annual basis).
The activities of the society are regulated by the University Standard Constitution and the Africa Society By-Laws, consolidated in this document.
Latest from the Society (see all)
- 20th January, 2019 Dear members and friends of the Oxford University Africa Society, The past few days have deluged us with unfortunate events coming from Sudan, Zimbabwe, and most recently Kenya. In Sudan, peaceful protests fueled by dissatisfaction with the…Read More »
- Dr. Sarah Nyendwoha Ntiro Country: Uganda Years at Oxford: 1951-1954 College: St. Anne’s Course: History (Bachelor of Arts) At Oxford: First female Oxford University graduate from East and Central Africa Outside Oxford: Founded Education Service Commission in Uganda in 1965,…Read More »
- The Daley Breakfast Series The first Daley Breakfast, ‘A womxn’s place in academia and higher education‘, was held on November 24th 2018 at the Parsonage Grill, Oxford. The event brought together women from across the University including Professor Daley,…Read More »
- Morategi Kale graduated from the University of Cape Town in South Africa with a BSocSc in International Relations and Philosophy (2016) and a BSocSc Honours specialising in International Relations (2017). She is currently pursuing her MSc in African Studies at…Read More »
- Merchandise Lead – Daley Breakfast Series Mali Yates is on the MPhil Modern Middle Eastern Studies programme here at Oxford, with an interest in North African francophone colonial literature and race-perceptions in the Maghreb. She received her BA Middle Eastern…Read More »