PANAFSTRAG PROGRAMMES 2018, 2019, & 2020

Interactive Teacher Training-Math and Culture Workshop (Saturday, 19th January 2019.)

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

  • Prof. Nkechi Agwu of the City University New York (CUNY)
PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
Jan, 19th, 2019 302, Iju Water Works Road, Iju-Ishaga, Agege, Lagos Executed

OBJECTIVES

It aims to make a difference by grooming the next generation who will be able to change the course of events using culture and things around them to appreciate Maths and Science and how these core subjects significantly shape and affect our lives.

3rd Roundtable on Boosting Intra-African Trade-AfCFTA Before 2025 (Sept, 2019)

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

  • Thabo Mbeki Africa Leadership Institute (TMALI)

  • African Association for Public Administration and Management (AAPAM)

  • Pan-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI)

PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
September 2nd-6th 2019 Pretoria, South Africa Pending

OBJECTIVES

The Project aims at Boosting Intra-African Trade (BIAT) between the existing five Economic Regions (East, South, weak North, Central, and West Africa) to ensure Trade-induced Industrialization as a base for regional/continental integration based on a Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA). The AU initially set the timeline for 2017 but has now settled for 2020.

Teaching and Learning Africa and Diaspora History in Africa (University of Calabar) 5-9, November, 2019

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

  • Faculty of Arts, Department of History & International Studies, University of Calabar

  • Historical Society of Nigeria (HSN)

  • TSI Holdings

PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
5-9th November, 2019 Calabar, Cross River Agreed

OBJECTIVES

This Colloquium will bring together willing National Historical Organizations, Universities, National Museums and Archives, Academic bodies and Individuals to include Historians, Archaeologists and Anthropologists, etc from all over Africa and Diaspora with interest, the expertise and experience in learning, writing about, studying, observing and teaching African and Diaspora Historical and Cultural Related Studies at Primary, Secondary and Tertiary levels.

The Colloquium will also create a sustainable platform for regular conversation on enhancing the praxis of this Concept by bringing in new studies, research methods and techniques on TEACHING AND LEARNING OF OUR HISTORY ON annual basis.

2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE COMMEMORATING THE AFRICAN UNION (AU) ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY
CORRUPTION: WEALTH, POWER, RELIGION AND DEMOCRACY

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

  • 1. Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD)

  • Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC)

  • Department of Theology, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
July 11th-13th 2019 Chelsea Hotel, Abuja Agreed

OBJECTIVES

The Colloquium provides a platform for the interaction of Nigerian and African Political Exposed Persons, Public Officials(Policy and Decision makers),the Private Sector,(Corporate Social Responsibility), Scholars/Researchers especially Religious/Theological Studies, Clerics of all Faiths, Practitioners, Sociologists Anthropologists, Development Experts, Development Economists and those working in related policy areas at home and abroad for the exploration, through historical and contemporary perspectives on how authority structures, institutionalized myths, beliefs, and rituals of authority differently mobilize and influence followers’ behaviour and attitudes towards accountability, transparency, financial probity and the integrity of organizational policies.

3rd Indigenous Global African Traditional & Derived Religion (November, 17th-25th 2019)

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

NEPAA

PADE

  • Federal University of  Rio De Janerio (UFRJ)

PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
NOVEMBER, 17th-25th, 2019  Federal University of Rio de Janerio, Brazil Pending

OBJECTIVES

The Collofest will provide an annual platform where Scholars, Practitioners, Art-historians, Artists, Artistes, Elders, and Carriers of our culture and traditions can exchange, inform, educate and transmit to participants, audience and youths and global African Communities the knowledge, expertise and experience needed for the sustainable revitalization of our glorious and still relevant past, our talents, residual knowledge, values, norms and customs across various disciplines in History including Art, History, Cultural Studies, Arts, Humanities, Social-Sciences and Indigenous knowledge Systems and Technology from various Global African Communities.
You may wish to note that these experiences and expressions are more developed with the African Descendants abroad rather than us in the Continent. The University is in a unique position to reverse the situation with this inaugural Collofest.

1st International Conference On “Africa In The Caribbean And Caribbean In Africa- The Revival Of Historical, Cultural, Political And Economic Bond” Establishing A New Era In Global Africanism-the Au 6th Regional Framework.

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

  • Port Au Prince, Haiti (National University of Haiti
  • J-B Foundation University
  • UNIQ
  • CARICOM
  • other partners
PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
Pending Pending

OBJECTIVES

The purpose of the conference is to consider the past, interrogate the bond today and the future in terms of our pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial history, culture, religious and economy and to establish the best methods and tools to revive the bond for self-reliance within the framework of the AU 6th Region.

International Decade Of Action For People Of African Descent (IDAPAD)

The International Decade of Action for Non-Resident Africans, as proclaimed by the UN General Assembly of Resolution 68/237 will be observed from January 2015- December 2024. There is need to engage on a continuous basis the UN, Regional Organisations (AU, OAS, CARICOM) and Development Partners, in ensuring the effective implementation of the Programmes of Action of the Instrument in line with the theme of the Decade namely “Recognition, Justice and Development” as a programmatic action plan of the UN Post 2015 SDGs in addition to doing the same for Resident Africans in Africa.

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

  • AU
PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
Pending Pending Pending

OBJECTIVES

The main Purpose is to lobby, advocate and ensure the impactful implementation of the Work Plan of International Decade of Action for Non-Resident Africans (IDAPAD) of the 6th Region as a key Programme of the UN Post 2015 SDGs while doing same with the SDGs for Resident Africans.

Global African Peoples’ Institute (GAPI)

GAPI recognizes that indigenous knowledge systems of African peoples globally have been denied, destroyed, appropriated and expropriated in a continuous fashion to the detriment of Africa and humanity universally. These knowledge systems are enshrined in the rich metaphysics of existence found in African religions, morality, ideas about being, notions of identity and apprehensions about the interrelations between various parts of reality; they are codified in as epistemological system for dealing with reality in a consistent, sustainable and enabling way, which helps to preserve human existence, the world around us and promote respect for all things in nature.

PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
Pending Pending Pending

OBJECTIVES

The vision of GAPI is curation, preservation, applied research, technology, incubation and utilization of the intellectual, material and cognitive resources of Global Africans peoples for self-reliance and development.

The Institute will be dedicated to Design and Develop World Bank Databases of Global African IKS; Identity, Develop, and promote IKS Methods, Tools and Practices that affect Global African populations

Roundtable/ Colloquium On The Epistemology And Ontology Of African Indigenous Theologies, Indigenous Thought And Indigenous Knowledge Systems As The Foundation Of African Philosophy, Creative Arts, Science, And Technology.

PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
Pending Pending Pending

OBJECTIVES

This programme sets out to create a permanent a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary platform for epistemological and ontological discourses in Arts and Sciences and Technology for African Scholars, Students, their descendants and Africanists in affirming African thought, knowledge and philosophy with its holistic approach that encompasses experiential, rational, religious, intuitive, symbolic, mythical and emotional aspects of reality (Ani. 2016:305) as the foundation of global African Arts and Science and Technology.

International Colloqium On Intra- African Trade And Export Of Indigenous Medicines And Natural Remedies

PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

  • Ministry of Health
  • Department of Pharmacognosy
  • UNILAG
  • Institute of African Studies
  • University of Ibadan
  • Pax-Herbal
  • Bio-Resources Development Group
PERIOD/DATE LOCATION SITUATION
Pending Pending Pending

OBJECTIVES

This proposal is in line with the goal of Father Adodo, the Founder/Director of Paxherbals in Ewu with emphasis on strengthening the legal, the scientific/technological, the business framework, the raw material supply chain with the processing and manufacturing Capacity and the Psyche of Africans needed to establish the National and West African Trade Network which can later be expanded to Central and East Africa.