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CEsA researcher Iolanda Évora is part of the Scientific Council of the 5th International Conference 2023 on diasporas and mobilities, taking place in Ivory Coast in November 2023

  CEsA researcher and Professor at ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management Iolanda Évora (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) participates as a member of the Scientific Council of the V Colloque International 2023 – Diasporas et Mobilités:…

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Jessica Falconi is a panelist in a webinar on the book The Colonial Periodical Press in the Indian and Pacific Ocean Regions

  The researcher and Sub-Director of CEsA, Professor Jessica Falconi, will participate as a panelist in the 2023-2024 Webinar Cycle, on November 23rd, at 2.30 pm (UTC+0) (Zoom link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/6604887674#success), to talk about the book…

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Talk | Less Than 1%

On the 8th November, with the support of CEsA – Centre for African and Development Studies, a talk , ISEG will host a talk on “Less Than 1%”, an initiative which is an integral part of the Entrepreneurship…

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CEsA Thinks 2023 – Research Seminars | November 9 – December 7, 2023, 6pm-8pm | ISEG – Amphitheatre 23 (F1)

The coordinators Vincent Agulonye and Daniel Adayi, the Centre for African and Development Studies (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) and the ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management, of the University of Lisbon (ULisboa), are pleased to invite…

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Working Paper CEsA 195/2023 studies how violent extremism affects the ethnic identity of people in Mali

  CEsA published its eighth Working Paper in 2023: “How Does Violent Extremism Influence Ethnic Identities? A Preparatory Study Of Mali”, in English, authored by Shigeyuki Hanaoka, CEsA Research Fellow. Click here to access the…

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CEsA researchers Ana Mafalda Leite, Jessica Falconi and Doris Wieser are members of the Scientific Committee of the 1st International Conference on Cape Verdean Literature, taking place in Lisbon in 2024

CEsA researchers Ana Mafalda Leite, Jessica Falconi, and Doris Wieser (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) have joined the Scientific Committee of the First International Conference on Cape Verdean Literature, whose theme is “Critical History of Cape Verdean Literature –…

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CEsA researcher Olga Iglésias presents an article on Samora Machel’s legacy at an International Conference in Mozambique

CEsA researcher Olga Iglésias (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) will present the article “O Legado Samoriano para uma nova Linha da Frente” (Samora Machel’s Legacy for a new Front Line, in English) between November 1st and 3rd, 2023 at the…

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Bolsa de Criação Jornalística sobre Desenvolvimento
Special report supported by a grant awarded by CEsA and ACEP wins the biggest journalism award in Portugal

RTP’s special report “Na Arte de Resistir – Somos Moçambique” (Art of Resisting – We are Mozambique, in English), produced by Paula Borges, Orfeu de Sá Lisboa and Paulo Cavaco, and with the support of…

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The 3rd Meeting of Young Lusophone Commonwealth Researchers on Africa 2024 launches a Call for Papers with deadline for submission until December 30, 2023

  The 3rd Edition of the Meeting of Young Lusophone Commonwealth Researchers on Africa 2024, which will take place between the 27th, 28th, and 29th of March 2024 in Luanda, Angola, launched a Call for…

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CEsA, ISEG, ACEP, and Cultures of Resistance will screen the documentary Unite for Bissau (Nô Kumpu Guinea): Agroecology and Feminism in Guinea-Bissau

  The Centre for African and Development Studies (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa), in partnership with director Iara Lee and producer Cultures of Resistance Films, ACEP – Association for the Cooperation of the People, and ISEG – Lisbon School…

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