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Sustainable development vs. local livelihoods? ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’ talk on alternative development pathways in Africa In Kooperation mit Right Livelihood College

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Please register your participation via e-mail: presse.zef@uni-bonn.de

Mittwoch, 03. Juli 2019 18:00–20:30 Uhr

Kursnummer 1308K
Dozenten Dr. David Amudavi
Jumanda Gakelebone
Dr. Juliet Wanjiku Kamau
Dr. Joe Hill
Datum Mittwoch, 03.07.2019 18:00–20:30 Uhr
Plätze min. 5 / max. 74 noch genügend Plätze frei
Entgelt kostenlos Please register your participation via e-mail: presse.zef@uni-bonn.de
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We cordially invite you to the event with
- Jumanta Gakelebone, First People of the Kalahari ("Alternative Nobelprize"), Botswana
- Dr. David Amudavi, Director of Biovision Africa Trust ("Alternative Nobelprize"), Kenya
- Dr. Juliet Wanjiku Kamau, Research Associate, Development Geography, Bonn University, Kenya
- Dr. Fidelis Allen, Associate Professor, RLC Campus at Port Harcourt University, Nigeria
followed by a discussion

On the occasion of a workshop organised by the Right Livelihood College (RLC), the Campus of the "Alternative Nobel Prize" in Bonn, the four experts will speak about alternative development pathways in Africa, particularly in Botswana, Kenya, and Nigeria:

Jumanta Gakelebone represents the Bushmen’s organization First People of the Kalahari ("Alternative Nobel Prize" 2005) in Botswana. Recognised as a spokesperson, Jumanta has defended his people’s rights against government persecution, helping to map their traditional territories to show their detailed knowledge and conservation of the land and its natural resources.

Dr. Amudavi is the Director of Biovision Africa Trust ("Alternative Nobel Prize" 2013) and Coordinator of the Biovision Farmer Communication Programme and Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative for Africa. He has been involved in several international consultancies relating to livelihood improvement, technology transfer among smallholder farmers and strengthening of agricultural extension systems in Sub-Saharan Africa for various international organizations.

Dr. Juliet Wanjiku Kamau is a Research Associate at Bonn University and RLC Campus Bonn PhD Alumnae. She researched the productivity and sustainability of Ecological Organic Agriculture Systems in Kenya, in cooperation with Dr. Amudavi.

Dr. Fidelis Allen Fidelis Allen is Associate Professor of Politics of Development and Acting Director of the Centre for Conflict and Gender Studies, and Coordinator of the RLC Campus at University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. His research and action focuses on the impact of oil extraction by multinational companies on social relations, peasant fishing and farming, women, politics and conflict in the Niger Delta.

Moderation by Dr. Joe Hill

We look forward to welcoming you to this event.

Right Livelihood College (RLC) / Center for Development Research (ZEF)
Haus der Bildung, City of Bonn

The event will free of charge and held in English. Please register your participation via e-mail: presse.zef@uni-bonn.de Please note: This event will be recorded for distribution through RLC outlets. All audience members (or parents/ guardians of minors attending the event) agree to the possibility of appearing on these recordings by virtue of attending the event or participating in the event.

With financial support of the Foundation for International Dialogue of the Savings Bank in Bonn

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