The Africa Diaspora Academic Network – United Kingdom (ADAN-UK)
Since 2010 ADAN-UK has held the annual forum in July that brings together new and old members to debate and discuss topical issues that touch on Africa, and, or issues that impact the members’ contribution to academia and practise.
ADAN-UK adopts a partnership approach with like-minded organisations in delivering on its mandate. We are grateful to all our partners – SOAS, University of London; Institute of Commonwealth Studies; University of Nottingham, Henley Business School, and University of Central Lancashire – for their generous support to make our events possible
Our aim is to foster and sustain a community of practice in the United Kingdom dedicated to promoting, debating and advancing practical solutions to Africa’s development and governance challenges through research, learning, training and exchange of infáorámation and ideas.
2019 Annual Workshop hosted and in partnership with University of Central Lancashire
Theme:- Agenda 2063 and Sustainable Development Goals in Africa: Priorities, Strategies and Challenges
2019 International workshop on “Global-local knowledge systems for innovation and entrepreneurship in the developing world”, hosted in partnership with the University of Nottingham, Future Food Beacon, 2-3 May 2019
2018 Seminar hosted and supported by the Henley Business School, University of Reading.
Theme:- Reimaging Food Sustainability in Africa
2014 Annual Workshop hosted and supported by the University of Nottingham International Office, Nottingham
Theme:- Higher Education: Making Positive Change through Policy Transformation, Partnership and Mentoring
2013 Annual Workshop hosted by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London
Theme:- Moving from the Margins to Leadership: What hope for African Academics in British Higher Education?
2012 Annual Workshop hosted by the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London
Theme:- ADAN-UK Strategic Planning