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ALC Pan-African Radio is a public interest radio established by the African Leadership Centre (ALC) with a core focus on peace, security and leadership in Africa. It will serve audiences across Africa and in the Diaspora. Programmes broadcast will fall broadly in the area of peace and security, discuss leadership dimensions and responses, engage all shades of African opinion, and adhere to a set of core values.

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ALC Pan-African Radio is a public interest radio established by the African Leadership Centre (ALC) with a core focus on peace, security and leadership in Africa. It will serve audiences across Africa and in the Diaspora. Programmes broadcast will fall broadly in the area of peace and security, discuss leadership dimensions and responses, engage all shades of African opinion, and adhere to a set of core values.

    Why Morocco and Egypt have been showing a keen Economic interest in Countries South of Sahara

    Why Morocco and Egypt have been showing a keen Economic interest in Countries South of Sahara

    In this Magazine Programme, our Editor and Presenter, Mounira Chaieb speaks to Larbi Touaf Professor of English and Comparative Literature at ‬Mohammed Premier University, Oujda, Morocco and Dr. Marwa Maziad an international relations and Middle East media and politics expert. In this edition we look at why certain North African Countries have been showing a keen Economic interest in Countries South of Sahara in recent years.

    • 44 min
    Talking Africa Programme : US election and governance in Africa with Professor Toyin Falola

    Talking Africa Programme : US election and governance in Africa with Professor Toyin Falola

    For this Talking Africa programme Professor Toyin Falola of the University of Texas at Austin discusses the US election and governance in Africa.

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    • 39 min
    Africa week: Special Magazine Edition on Black History Month

    Africa week: Special Magazine Edition on Black History Month

    October marks black history month in UK, which was first celebrated in 1987. The events undertaken throughout the month are intended to highlight the contribution and achievements of people of African descent. It’s also an opportunity to raise awareness about issues people of African descent go through such as racism, discrimination and how to challenge those issues.
    Over the years, the Africa Leadership Center at King’s College London has been marking Black History Month through holding events to showcase the work of various departments, units and
    academics that engage in research, education and outreach activities relating to Africa; and to facilitate interaction between academics across King’s faculties working on Africa and African policy practitioners as well as experts from partner institutions.
    This year, the ALC held what it called ‘Africa Week” and in this edition of the Magazine programme, we highlight some of the issues discussed recently. Professor Fumni Olonisakin, Co-Founder of the African Leadership Centre at King’s College London, Vice-President and Vice-Principal International had a conversation with Professor
    David Olusuga - who’s himself of African descent- Journalist and leading Public Historian at the University of Manchester in the north of England on the importance of global black histories;

    • 35 min
    Discussion Programme: Women And Early Career Fellows Fellowship Journey

    Discussion Programme: Women And Early Career Fellows Fellowship Journey

    For the second part of the Discussion Programme our Editor Desmond Davies engages with our Women and Early-Career Fellows, Chimwemwe Fabiano (MALAWI) Tabitha Mwangi (KNYA). Ikran Abdullahi (KENYA) and Margaret LoWilla Nyoka (SOUTH SUDANESE)on their Fellowship journey and how Covid-19 has affected their Studies.

    • 57 min
    Talking Africa Programme: South Africa's relations with the Continent

    Talking Africa Programme: South Africa's relations with the Continent

    For this Talking Africa programme Desmond Davies speaks to Professor Cheryl Hendricks, Executive Director of the Africa Institute of South Africa, Human Sciences Research Council. The interview discusses South Africa's relations with the Continent.

    • 33 min
    Discussion Programme: MSc Fellows Fellowship Journey

    Discussion Programme: MSc Fellows Fellowship Journey

    In this Discussion Programme our Editor Desmond Davies engages with our MSc Security, Leadership and Development Fellows, Ivy NYAWIRA (Kenya),Essa NJIE (The Gambia) and Ibrahim MACHINA (Nigeria) on their Fellowship journey and how Covid-19 has affected their Studies.

    • 42 min

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