Webinars in this series will air on the last Friday of each month from April 30 - September 24th.

Register now to hear from some of the most influential voices in the African liberty movement. You only have to register once and you can tune in to any webinars in the series. 

This series is presented in collaboration with the Center for African Prosperity.


Africa Reimagined is a webinar series from Atlas Network. The series will highlight some of the fantastic work that Atlas Network partners and champions of freedom are doing in Africa.

Each webinar will focus on providing some thoughtful insight and practical advice to our African partners and the broader Atlas Network. Whether you are at an established think tank, looking to start one of your own, or just curious about some of the important work being done across the continent, Africa Reimagined has something for you.

See below for the full schedule, and be sure to watch live to engage with some of the people putting in the work to promote liberty across the continent.


After the series is complete you will be able to view the recordings at ana.atlasnetwork.org

SCHEDULE

  • Friday, April 30th - Dr. Denis Foretia - Doing Public Policy in Africa: Lessons from Cameroon
  • Friday, May 28th - Franklin Cudjoe - Role of the African think tank in Politics: Elections, Legislation, and Lobbying
  • Friday, June 25th - Dr. Frans Cronje - Doing Fundraising for Public Policy Advocacy in Africa
  • Friday, July 30th - Dr. Louis Marie Kakdeu - Identifying and Conducting Research to Advance Freedom in Africa
  • Friday, August 27th - Evans Exaud - Leveraging the Media in Public Policy Advocacy
  • Friday, September 24th - Magatte Wade - Celebrating the Center for African Prosperity

SPEAKERS

Host: Ibrahim Anoba 

Ibrahim Anoba is a fellow of the Center for African Prosperity (CAP) at the Atlas Network. He is also managing editor at the freedom advocacy media outlet, African Liberty. His academic background is in political science and the history of Africa and the African diaspora. He works with Atlas' Africa partner think tanks through the CAP to identify channels of collaboration in programs and research. Ibrahim is from Lagos, Nigeria, and lives in Northeast Maryland.

Franklin Cudjoe - Franklin is the Founding President and Chief Executive Officer of IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, a think tank of global repute dedicated to the promotion of the institutions of a free society across Africa. IMANI has been consistently ranked among the top 5 most influential think tanks in sub- Saharan Africa and among the top 100 worldwide.

Read Franklin Cudjoe's full bio here

Frans Cronje - Frans is the CEO of the South African Institute of Race Relations. He was educated at St John's College in Houghton and holds a PhD in scenario planning. He has published three books on South Africa's future and authored scores of policy assessments, briefings, reports, and forecasts on the country. He directs the Centre for Risk Analysis - a Johannesburg based strategic intelligence think-tank that has advised a great number of corporations and government agencies around the world on South Africa's long term economic, social, political, and policy. He teaches scenario based strategy at a South African business school.