This event is part of the GINTL Africa 2022 and 2023 projects, expanding on the work already presented in our GINTL seminar last academic year.
Day and time:
April 13 (Thursday),
(13:45-) 14:00-16:30 (local time in Johannesburg/Cape Town/Harare/Lilogwe/Mbombela/Zomba)
(14:45-) 15:00-17:30 (local time in Tampere/Helsinki)
Topic: “AFRICA’S INDIGENOUS WAYS OF KNOWING MEET CULTURAL HISTORICAL ACTIVITY THEORY (CHAT)”
Panelists and discussants:
- Senior Lecturer Louis Botha, Wits School of Education, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa;
- National Programme Officer – Education for Sustainable Development, PhD Charles Chikunda, UNESCO, Harare, Zimbabwe;
- Human Right Lawyer Delme Cupido, Southern Africa Hub for Natural Justice, Cape Town, South Africa;
- Professor Josef de Beer, Science Learning Centre for Africa, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa;
- Governance and Decentralization Specialist, PhD Dick Kachilonda, Restoring Fisheries for Sustainable Livelihoods in Lake Malawi, Pact, Lilongwe, Malawi;
- Senior Lecturer Sibongile Masuku University of Mpumalanga, Mbombela, South Africa;
- Deputy Director at the Leadership for Environment and Development Southern and Eastern Africa, PhD Gibson Mphepo, LEAD SEA, Zomba, Malawi:
- Professor Kenneth Mlungisi Ngcoza, Rhodes University, Makhanda, South Africa.