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Oxford Africa Conference 2016 & Circumspecte Free Ticket Giveaway
May 20, 2016 @ 8:00 AM - May 21, 2016 @ 11:30 PM£154.17
All about creating balanced narratives on Africa and Africans and based in the United Kingdom? You may want to mark your calendar for two days of discussions, dissections and discoveries on challenging narratives on African governance, business and youth leadership, courtesy of the Oxford Univeristy Africa Society.
WHAT: Oxford Africa Conference (Conference + Innovation Fair + Gala Dinner + After Party)
WHEN: May 20 & 21, 2016
WHERE: Oxford Union and the Blavatnik School of Government
WHO: There’s a lineup of impressive speakers including former AfDB Chief Economist and Vice-President Mthuli Ncube, iROKO’s Jason Njoku, the World Economic Forum’s Africa Head Elsie Kanza, Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale and Wale Tinubu of Oanda PLC.
WHY: Until Africa and Africans start telling our stories, our history will forever be written by others. That and the fact that it’ll be a great time with likeminded folks.
REGISTRATION + TICKETS: Register here. Circumspecte is giving out three (3) complimentary full-access pass each valued at £154 ($220) – details below. UK-based (non-Oxford) students can also apply for conference scholarships.
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As a Gold Sponsor of the Oxford Africa Conference, we’re offering three (3) complimentary full access passes to the two-day event (conference, innovation fair, and afterparty)! To enter, simply follow the instructions below:
- Follow Circumspecte on Facebook
- Share this article with a comment on your vision for Africa using the hashtag #Circumspecte.
- Tag as many of your friends and invite them to share their vision for Africa.
- The three most interesting vision statements with the most tags will receive the three complimentary passes
- Deadline for giveaway entry is Sunday, May 15 at 8pm GMT. Winner will be notified by Monday May 16. All the best!
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