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World War One & Africa: Legacies of Conflicts

Diversity House

Friday, 2 June 2017 from 10:00 to 15:00 (BST)

World War One & Africa: Legacies of Conflicts

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This event will explore the legacies of African involvement in the First World War, as well as the commemoration and remembrance of African soldiers. 

 

Speakers

Dr Daniel GilfoyleResearching WWI in Africa at the National Archives, The King’s African Rifles

John SiblonThe Commemoration of African Servicemen from Former British Colonies in the Aftermath of WWI

Dr Anne SamsonAfrica and the Rights of Small Nations: The Impacts of the Versaille Discussions

Dr George NjungThe First World War, Great Britain, and the Making of the Cameroon Anglophone Minority Problem, 1914 - Present

Dr Sainabou Taal - Africa and Migration

Bishop Nigel McCullochRemembrance, Memory and Commemoration

 

FREE EVENT WITH ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD & REFRESHMENTS! 

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Council Chamber, Swale Borough Council
Swale House
East Street
ME10 3HT Sittingbourne
United Kingdom

Friday, 2 June 2017 from 10:00 to 15:00 (BST)


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Diversity House

Diversity House was formally opened on the 16th of May 2007 with an office in Phoenix House, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne. A charitable organisation providing both community and prison-based services for diverse communities across Kent.

The charity aims to promote community integration, re-integration, social inclusion and cohesion within the Swale and Kent communities. It is our belief that individuals, regardless of their race, ethnicity, age, gender etcetera, should be treated with dignity, respect and adequate opportunities to access services within the community.

We believe that every individual regardless of their race or ethnicity should be treated with dignity, respect and given the opportunity to access services within the community.

To learn more, please visit: http://www.diversityhouse.org.uk


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