Programme 2016

21-23 February 2016 in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso),
African Courts: Actors, Institutional Developments and Governance
Conveners: Prof Alhassan Sulemana Anamzoya, University of Ghana, Legon, Dr Jan Budniok, University of Hamburg, Dr Hamani Oumarou, LASDEL, Niamey and Prof Alexander Stroh, University of Bayreuth. In collaboration with CGD Ouagadougou and Point Sud Bamako. PDF Report

2-8 March 2016 in Bamako (Mali),
Making a Better Life: Training, Work and Mobility of Youth in Western and Central Africa
Conveners: Prof Ute Roeschenthaler (University of Mainz), Prof Augustin Emane (University of Nantes), Dr Moussa Sissoko (Point Sud Bamako), Prof Ibrahima Thioub (CARTE and Cheikh Anta Diop University Dakar). In collaboration with Point Sud Bamako. PDF Report

20-24 September 2016 in Stellenbosch (South Africa),
Imaginaries of Afflication, Healing and Medicine. Sickness and the Representation of Africa
Conveners: Prof Rose Marie Beck (University of Leipzig), Prof Birgit Meyer (University of Utrecht), Prof Joseph Tonda (University Omar Bongo Libreville) and Prof Abdallah Daar (STIAS/University of Toronto). In collaboration with STIAS Stellenbosch and Point Sud Bamako. PDF Report

1-6 October 2016 in Stellenbosch (South Africa),
Political Subjectivity in Times of Transformation: Classification and Belonging in Postcolonial Africa
Conveners: Dr Katharina Schramm (University Halle-Wittenberg) and Dr Lindsey Reynolds (Stellenbosch University). In collaboration with STIAS, Stellenbosch University and Point Sud Bamako. PDF Report

6-12 October 2016 in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso),
The Challenges of Research in Contexts of Proximity
Conveners: Prof Mamadou Diawara (Goethe University Goethe Frankfurt), Dr Fatoumata Ouattara (IRD Marseille). In collaboration with CGD Ouagadougou and Point Sud Bamako. PDF Report

10-14 Dezember 2016 in Bamako (Mali),
Sahelian Identities in Times of Crisis, Past and Present
Conveners: Prof Baz Lecocq (Humboldt University Berlin), Prof Isaie Dougnon (University of Bamako), Dr Amy Niang (University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg). In collaboration with the University of Bamako and Point Sud Bamako. PDF Report