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Afro-Irish Cultural Dialogue:Voices of African Scholars

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Webinar event curated by John Nutekpor as part of Limerick’s Africa Day celebrations.

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This webinar is one of a number of online events curated and coordinated by University of Limerick doctoral researcher John Nutekpor as part of Ireland’s Africa Day celebrations. It features invited speakers from the African Scholars Association Ireland, highlighting current African-Irish research.

This webinar is presented with the support of the Department of Justice and Equality, Limerick City and County Council, the Health Research Institute, UL, through the PART-IM (Participatory and Arts-Based Methods Involving Migrants in Health Research) cluster and the Limerick Festival of Lifelong Learning.

Chair: John Nutekpor

Opening Words: Dr. Ebun Joseph (Chairperson, African Scholars Association, Ireland)

Speakers:

Funmi Jinadu: ‘The positive contribution of journalism in unravelling the African story through cultural dialogue’

Sandrine Uwase Ndahiro: ‘Un-silencing black voices: The role of the African scholar in Ireland’

John Nutekpor: ‘The resilience factor in cultural dialogue through the arts.’

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