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From left: Ed Hendrickson, Akua Agyei-Boateng, and Charlotte Bednarski
In the midst of the COVID pandemic, a group of African Studies MA students decided it was the perfect time to launch a podcast featuring conversations and stories by the...
Friday, October 22, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm Location:  Online  Event description:  Workshop series following the Through the Eyes of She Conference. Friday, October...
A group of men that Nigerian police identified as Boko Haram extremist fighters. A new study suggests messages from trusted religious leaders can persuade people to welcome former members of the terrorist group back into their communities. (Photo AP/Jossy Ola)
Messages from trusted religious authorities can persuade people to reintegrate former Boko Haram fighters into the Nigerian communities terrorized by the violent extremist...
Funded by the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund, this conference will tackle the challenge of gender equality and the empowerment of women on the African...
“Through the Eyes of She” conference organizer Dr. Christine Ngaruiya, was interviewed about the event and its inspiration. The conference took place Oct. 15–16, 2021 and...
President Masisi’s visit to Yale (pictured left to right: Yale’s Eddie Mandhry, President Peter Salovey, President Masisi, and YSE Dean Indy Burke).
President Mokgweetsi Masisi of the Republic of Botswana visited Yale on September 22 to meet with Yale President Peter Salovey, sign a partnership agreement to advance...
‘Through the eyes of She: equity in health, education, business and leadership for the African Woman in the 21st Century’ REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE HERE.  Important...