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4Ps Interdisciplinary Symposium - Abuja, Oct. 2017

COLLOQUE ET PROJET DE LIVRE SUR:

« LES HEROS ET HEROINES DES MOUVEMENTS DU RETOUR EN AFRIQUE, LE PANAFRICANISME, LE NATIONALISME AFRICAIN ET L’AFRICANISME MONDIAL : LES HERITAGES DE LEURS PENSEES SUR LES PLANS PHILOSOPHIQUE, E

 
 

CALL FOR PAPER AND PARTICIPATION
A COLLOQUIUM AND BOOK PROJECT ON
“HEROINES AND HEROES OF BACK TO AFRICA MOVEMENTS, PAN AFRICANISM, AFRICAN NATIONALISM AND GLOBAL AFRICANISM; LIBERATION MOVEMENTS IN AFRICA AND GLOBAL AFRICAN CIVIL RI

 
 

Resolutions of the First Pan African Colloquium held at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, January 13-15, 2016
After three days of deliberations and considering questions of the heroes and heroines of the Pan African world, the C

 
 

COMMUNIQUE OF 1ST GLOBAL AFRICAN INDIGENOUS AND DERIVED RELIGIONS – GAIRs – SYMPOSIUM, OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE, NIGERIA (AUG 8TH-13TH 2016)

BACKGROUND

Indigenous African Religions are fundamental to Africans

 
 

REPORT OF THE 1ST GLOBAL AFRICAN INDIGENOUS AND DERIVED RELIGIONS SYSMPOSIUM – 
GAIRs – SYMPOSIUM,  OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE, OSUN STATE, NIGERIA
 (AUG 8TH-13TH 2016).

 

BACKGRO

 
 
4Ps Interdisciplinary Symposium - Abuja, Oct. 2017

PREMIUM TIMES AND PAN AFRICAN STRATEGIC AND POLICY RESEARCH GROUP (PANAFSTRAG), LAGOS

CALL FOR PAPERS

A NATIONAL INTERDISCIPLINARY SYMPOSIUM

ON

PRAYERS, POLITICS, PROBITY AND POVERTY- REDUCING POVERTY AND MINIMISING INEQUALITY

TO BE HELD IN ABUJA, OCTOBER, 2017.

A National Symposium has been organized to bring together scholars/researchers, practitioners of diverse religious traditions and spiritualities, FBOs/NGOs and policy makers to interrogate how and to what extent various religions and spiritualities in Nigeria engage in processes of economic, social and political transformation. Public commentators often criticize political entrepreneurs and African states of their failure to develop an ethic of public probity and accountability, partly exemplified by corruption and impunity. The enigmas of public transparency and probity can hardly be limited to public governance. We can also explore how religious institutions in Nigeria interrogate, critique, practice or fail to eschew transparency, accountability and probity in the quest for economic and social-political transformation. Religious entrepreneurs grapple with similar issues of leadership, good governance, probity, integrity as a reflection of their wider societies. Ecclesiastical, Islamic, or Indigenous religious polities are situated within wider pluralistic (secular) polities in Africa and are thus mutually reinforcing each other. The significance of leadership and corporate governance (religious/secular) lies in its contribution to prosperity, peaceful coexistence, moral regeneration and accountability. Accountability requires appropriate rules and regulations, doctrines, codes of conduct, values and behaviour to make for viable transformation. For instance, a historical perspective on leadership and followership dynamics can be helpful in the present crisis in leadership in church and secular contexts. The religious groups and missionary societies played a crucial role in the shaping of Nigerian cultures, as much in the colonial period as during the years of the formation of the Federation and the post-colonial era.

 

Source: PANAFSTRAG/AREWA  Posted: 2015-09-22
 
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