Institute for African Studies

The Elliott school's Institute for African Studies provides a structural hub for students, faculty,

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07/20/2020

Meet Astrid Ansah, a 2018 Master of Arts in International Development Studies at the Elliott School and young development practitioner with sectoral interests in and within the region. She is currently with Population Services International as Associate Program Manager for Franco-Lusophone Africa.

Learn more about Astrid from our interview:

https://iafs.elliott.gwu.edu/2020/07/13/iafsalumni-astrid-ansah/

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06/08/2020

Meet Marian (Ify) Okpali, a Master of Arts in International Affairs at the Elliott School and young professional with a regional interest in and sectoral interests in , & , and international media development currently with the Africa Center for Strategic Studies. Learn more about Ify from our interview:

https://iafs.elliott.gwu.edu/2020/06/05/iafsalumn-marian-ify-okpali/

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Remembering Biafra 03/09/2020

‪Join us today at the Elliott School of International Affairs, as we launch a public web resource, and talk about ways to engage the - war of 1967-70, as part of teaching international affairs, conflict resolution, and the history of the US in the world.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/remembering-biafra-tickets-93024176817‬

Remembering Biafra Remembering Biafra: History, Memory and the Global Response to the Nigeria-Biafra War

Remembering Biafra 03/02/2020

Next week, at the Elliott School of International Affairs, The Institute for African Studies will be launching a public web resource for , , and that provides background information and a broad range of primary documents for teaching about the international response to the - war of 1967-70. Register Now!

Remembering Biafra Remembering Biafra: History, Memory and the Global Response to the Nigeria-Biafra War

#IntoAfrica 02/25/2020

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Africa Program, in collaboration with the Elliott School's Institute for African Studies (IAfS) held the first live broadcasting of the Into Africa podcast themed: The Future of African Studies - Feb 14, 2020

How Women Saved Rwanda 02/25/2020

A conversation with visionary women pioneers who carved out unlikely new roles for themselves, creating stability and reconciliation in the genocide's wake. - January 29, 2020

Into Africa Live at GW: The Future of African Studies 02/06/2020

Join us on Feb 14 Elliott School of International Affairs for a live recording of the Podcast with host .Devermont, CSIS Africa Program Director. Joining him will be Dean of Elliott School of International Affairs Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II, Iafs Gwu Director Jennifer Cooke and Chair of Center for African Studies at Howard University Dr. Mohamed Camara.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/into-africa-live-at-gw-the-future-of-african-studies-tickets-88765155971

Into Africa Live at GW: The Future of African Studies Into Africa Live at GW: The Future of African Studies.

Institute for African Studies- ESIA @IAfS_GWU 01/29/2020

Thank you to these amazingly strong women who chose to share their stories with us today. Consolee Nishimwe, Liliane Pari Umuhoza, Jeanne Celestine Lakin, Peace Grace Muhizi, and Jacqueline Murekatete are beautiful inspirations of determination and courage. We would also like to thank Ambassador Swanee Hunt and Samantha Lakin for moderating the conversation and providing their insights on this important issue. We hope you enjoy this live stream footage from our event "How Women Saved Rwanda" and can learn from these real stories. Raise High!

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How Women Saved 🇷🇼. Join our conversation with the visionary women pioneers who carved out unlikely new roles for themselves, creating stability and reconciliation in the genocide’s wake. Wednesday, January 29, 2020.

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