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Next Events (see all)

  • Kenya after the 2017 Elections: What Next?

    In 2017, Kenya was plunged into uncertainty as the scheduled August election dragged on until October after the Supreme Court threw out the initial results. The court cited numerous irregularities and illegalities as the basis for their decision. In contrast…

    January 26 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm at The Rhodes Trust
  • Recognising Cole within the canon of Oxford University

    In October 2017 the University of Oxford and University College unveiled a plaque celebrating the first black African to ever get a degree at Oxford. The plaque came after and because of the efforts by Pamela Roberts to raise the…

    February 7 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm at Oxford University Africa Society

Latest from the Society (see all)

  • AfriSoc Newsletter HT#2

    AfriSoc Newsletter HT#2

    Week 2 with AfriSoc Dear Members, Welcome to the second week! The African Gospel Choir is resuming activities on Monday and the lunch hangouts are back on Wednesday in Jesus College. If you managed to get a ticket for the…Read More »
  • AfriSoc Newsletter HT#1

    AfriSoc Newsletter HT#1

    Week 1 with AfriSoc Dear Members, Welcome to Hilary Term. Those who left UK and come back will have found that the cold is still here, but so is AfriSoc! We’ll allow you to settle into your academic stride this…Read More »
  • Against Biggar and ‘Recolonisation’

    Against Biggar and ‘Recolonisation’

    Statement in rejection of attempts to sanitise empire and justify ‘recolonialisation’ led by Oxford University’s Nigel Biggar  – Issued by the Oxford University Africa Society   Oxford, UK  19/12/2017 – The Oxford University African Society notes the recent media reports…Read More »
  • AfriSoc Symposium – Law, Education and Communities

    AfriSoc Symposium – Law, Education and Communities

    The four presentations covered a wide range of topics, but were unified by a common quest: ‘What structural changes are needed to make a nation?‘. Mohammed stressed the importance of a stable and representative party system, which are a natural…Read More »
  • AfriSoc Newsletter MT#7

    AfriSoc Newsletter MT#7

    Week 7 with AfriSoc Dear Members, We had a really interesting conversation with the North Africa community on Sunday. We are keen to strengthen our relationship with all Africans and we are convinced that some useful advice was given us…Read More »