African Studies Centre, Coventry University, in association with Chatham House are hosting one of the most important academic conferences on Nigeria this year.
Nigeria: the biggest and the best? 50 years of independence
Wednesday 10 November 2010
St Mary’s Guild Hall, Coventry, 10am – 5.30pm
Just 60 minutes from Euston to Coventry station. For Travel directions see:
The aim of this one-day international conference is to bring together leading social and political commentators to review the past 50 years of independence and to examine some of the challenges for the future for Africa’s most populous nation.
It will provide a platform for academics, policy makers, activists and students to debate the most important contemporary issues facing the
Prof. Jean Herskovits, State University of New York
Dr. Abdul Raufu Mustapha, University of Oxford
Dr. Eric Silla, US Department of State
Dr Moses Oketch, University of London
Dr. Lola Banjoko, Exec Director, AfricaRecruit
Refreshments & Lunch will be provided.
Registration & Attendance is £10 (payable at the conference) and free
for students. To register e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org