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African Research Matters. Why Should We Consider African Research?


The third and final installment of our Global Africa series features the first pan-African and multilingual scientific journal launched at Gaston Berger University in Saint-Louis, Senegal. Committed researchers from across the continent provide diverse perspectives. How can the continent, which experiences multiple crises, become a laboratory for the future?

With:


  • Mariam Sidibe, Malian political scientist, coordinator at IRD, specializing in migrations, crises, and conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Estelle Kuokam, Cameroonian teacher and researcher in social anthropology at the Catholic University of Central Africa in Yaoundé.

  • Felwine Sarr, Senegalese economist, writer, and academic who teaches contemporary African philosophy at Duke University in North Carolina, after having taught at the University Gaston Berger in Saint-Louis, Senegal. A proponent of a new economy of life





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