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East African Scenarios: Imagining the Future of East Africa

Monday, October 20, 2008 (All day)

Time: 5.30pm

 

Venue: Room 116, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG

 

Speakers: Arthur Muliro, Society for International Development, and Duncan Okello, Society for International Development

 

Since 1998, the Society for International Development's East African Futures Programme has engaged East African policy actors in a process of reflection on possible alternative futures for their countries and the region. These scenario-building projects have sought to create a better understanding of the structural dynamics shaping the region and to identify futures that it might have to face in the next 30 years. The final report was first presented in Kigali in April 2008 to the Prime Minister and members of the Rwandan Cainet.

 

This event is jointly organised by the Royal African Society (RAS), the Centre of African Studies, University of London (CAS) and the African Foundation for Development.

Contact and RSVP: ras_research@soas.ac.uk