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The State of African Philanthropy: Setting the Agenda
The African Centre on Philanthropy and Social Investment (ACPSI), TrustAfrica, African Philanthropy Forum and Harvard Center for African studies are organizing a two-day African Philanthropy Conference at Wits Business School, Donald Gordon auditorium, on 16 and 17 May 2019.
The aim of this conference is to bring together philanthropists (African and non-African), Non-Governmental organizations that work in this area, policy-makers, private sector organisations, and academic researchers to explore how to formulate a coherent framework for African philanthropy.

Download the programme here.

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May 10th 2019
Arusha, Tanzania   
Small Scale Farmers (SSFs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the East African region are organizing the 4th EAC Agriculture Budget Summit on Friday, 10 May 2019 in Arusha, Tanzania with the support of Trust Africa, Oxfam Novib, ActionAid and other development partners. 

The purpose of the Agriculture Budget Summit is to catalyse participation and inclusion in public financing and policy making for agriculture at the East African Community (EAC) level and enhance mutual accountability to benefit smallholder farmers, including women in the East African region. Prior to the Summit, a one-day pre-summit consultation meeting is scheduled on Thursday, 9 May 2019 and will bring together all invited delegates from the six EAC Partner States. 

After a series of policy engagement and advocacy dialogues by SSFs and CSOs with support from TrustAfrica and other development actors, the EAC agriculture budget summit was institutionalised as an annual dialogue framework between farmers, non-state actors, Governments, Agriculture Parliamentary Committee and the EALA’s ATNR during EALA seating in Tanzania Zanzibar on 20th October 2016. 

Last modified on Wednesday, 08 May 2019 17:01

Venue: The Golden Tulip Canaan Hotel, Kampala
Date: 6 – 10 May 2019

 

TrustAfrica, in partnership with the Netherlands Embassy in Uganda, and in collaboration with the International Criminal Court Field Offices in Uganda is hosting a 5-day training (6-10 May 2019) on international criminal justice for media practitioners and social media influencers. The training is aimed at building the capacity of a select number of media practitioners and social media influencers from South Sudan and Uganda to effectively report on and generate constructive public debates on transitional justice developments and international criminal justice at the local, national, regional and international levels.

The specific objectives of the training are to:

Last modified on Tuesday, 07 May 2019 15:09

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We parliamentarians, academics and representatives of human rights organizations from Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Europe have come together in Dakar, Senegal on 9 to 11 April 2019, at the Consultation titled “Global Partnership and Joint Action in Addressing Discrimination based on Work and Descent, Untouchability, Contemporary Forms of Slavery and Analogous Forms of Discrimination” we are calling on States and the United Nations to adopt, measures toward ending discrimination based on Work and Descent, Untouchability, socio-cultural beliefs, and Analogous Forms of Discrimination including Contemporary Forms of Slavery.

Creation of an african network against discrimination based on work, descent, slavery and societal beliefs

 

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 24 April 2019 14:52

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TrustAfrica is pleased to announce the resumption of its newsletter. This quarterly publication will highlight key activities carried out by TrustAfrica and provide you with the schedule of its upcoming activities.  It will focus mainly on the work of our partners, highlighting their efforts to improve the living conditions of fellow citizens.  TrustAfrica newsletter is an open space for conversations, debates and discussions which seek to promote pan-Africanism, democracy, good governance and responsible citizenship. The Newsletter will therefore provide a veritable platform to cultivate ideas which are likely to contribute to the development and growth of Africa and its diaspora.
 
This issue includes highlights of the Conference on Illicit Financial Flows held in Dakar, Senegal, on 12 and 13 March 2019, the roundtable discussion on Ayisha Osori’s book held at TrustAfrica’s offices in Dakar and our various past and future activities.
 
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Venue: The Golden Tulip Canaan Hotel, Kampala
Date: 6 – 10 May 2019

TrustAfrica, in partnership with the Dutch Embassy in Uganda, plans to host a media training on transitional justice and international criminal justice in Kampala, Uganda.[1] The purpose of the training is to build the capacity of a select number of media professionals from South Sudan and Uganda to effectively report on and generate constructive public debates on transitional justice developments and international criminal justice at the local, national, regional and international levels. The media’s engagement in generating constructive public debates on accountability will in turn ensure that the media is strategically placed to advance the democratization processes in South Sudan and Uganda.

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