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    It shows that China is closing in on the EU in Africa
    25.06.2022 | CEMEREM, Education, General - DAAD, Governance, Mining | Nashon Adero
    Fresh study findings on the competition between the European Union and China in Africa: Inviting scholars to reflective dialogue

    Eight-point summary On June 21, 2022, the Berliner Zeitung, a leading German daily newspaper, made an exclusive press release on the findings of a new…

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    23.06.2022 | Development, General - DAAD, SA-GER CDR | Ruth Knoblich
    2nd Employability Workshop at the SA-GER CDR

    On June 18, 19 and 20, 2022 the South African-German Centre for Development Research hosted a workshop on Employability, particularly focusing on the field of…

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    14.06.2022 | General - DAAD | Aline Pereira
    Call for applications to WAC-SRT DAAD scholarships – Niger

    The WAC-SRT team invites young students from African countries to apply for a DAAD-scholarship for its master program in Niamey, Niger Deadline 20 June 2022…

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    13.06.2022 | General - DAAD | Karlien Potgieter
    Moodle Monday – unsubscribing from blog notifications

    Have you received an email notification for this blog post? Is this what brought you here? In that case you most likely appreciate the extra…

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    08.06.2022 | General - DAAD, TRANSCRIM | Leon Trampe
    Keynote Lecture: Crimes Against Humanity Convention – Prof Dr Gerhard Kemp

    We are glad to announce that Prof Dr Gerhard Kemp will give a lecture “Crimes Against Humanity Convention” as part of the African-German Research Network…

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    08.06.2022 | CEMEREM, General - DAAD, Mining | Nashon Adero
    Practice-Oriented Training: Enhancing Youth Employability through DAAD Equipment Support

    CEMEREM facilitated the purchase of modern survey equipment through DAAD funding in 2016, forever transforming the narrative of survey practicals at Taita Taveta University (TTU).

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    07.06.2022 | General - DAAD | Aline Pereira
    Call for applications to WAC-SRT DAAD scholarships

    The WAC-SRT team invites young students from African countries to apply for a DAAD-scholarship for master program in Ghana Deadline 20 June 2022 The West…

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    31.05.2022 | General - DAAD, TRANSCRIM | Leon Trampe
    Keynote Lecture: Intersectionality In International Criminal Law – Angela Mudukuti

    We are delighted to announce that Angela Mudukuti will give a lecture on “Intersectionality in International Criminal Law” as part of the African-German Research Network…

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    30.05.2022 | General - DAAD | Karlien Potgieter
    Moodle Monday – uploading multiple feedback files

    This week, we have a tip for all our facilitators! We are looking at “uploading multiple feedback files”. This feature will allow markers to download…

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    27.05.2022 | General - DAAD | Karlien Potgieter
    Call for applications: June module

    We are happy to announce the generic module for June. We are only offering one, PowerPoint to e-learning. This is a mini-module and consists of only…

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    Keynote Lecture: Crimes Against Humanity Convention – Prof Dr Gerhard Kemp

    We are glad to announce that Prof Dr Gerhard Kemp will give a lecture “Crimes Against Humanity Convention” as part of the African-German Research Network on 15 July 2022 at 12 pm (CET). Prof Kemp is Professor of Law at the University of Derby (United Kingdom) specializing in international and transnational criminal justice, international humanitarian law, comparative criminal law and post-conflict studies and Advisory Board Member of the Research Network. He is advocate of the High Court of South Africa, fellow for the Royal Society for Arts (RSA), serves on the board of directors of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) and is a member of the advisory council of the Crimes Against Humanity Initiative at the Whitney R Harris World Law Institute (St Louis). Prof Kemp serves on the editorial boards of several international academic journals. He has authored numerous publications on…

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