Project PI, Clara Carvalho, and co-PI, Ricardo Falcão, participated in the 8th European Conference in Africa Studies (ECAS 2019). Both have presented papers in different panels and have co-convened a panel entitled “Sexual and Reproductive Rights: narratives and the future of Gender in Africa”. During four days the team members have had the opportunity to hear about inspiring research conducted by other researchers present at the largest conference on African Studies.

A presentation on a panel in the ECAS 2019

Mamadou Diouf, a senegalese scholar, working at Columbia University in the United States, presenting a Lecture at the McEwan Hall.


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