The High Commission for the Republic of South Africa in Canada and the
African Studies at Carleton University invite you to the "Africa Dialogue
Africa's Future: Can Sub-Saharan Africa Overcome its Severe Challenges?
Prof. Robert I. Rotberg (Carleton University and Harvard University)
When: Monday, 19 November 2012
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Where: Humanities Theatre, 303 Paterson Hall,
University, Ottawa, ON
("PA" on campus map, http://www2.carleton.ca/campus/)
Refreshments will be served
Prof. Robert I. Rotberg is Fulbright Research Chair in the Norman Paterson
International Affairs (NPSIA) this term and the Founding Director of
School's Program on Intrastate Conflict. He is the author a number of
most recent being Transformative Political Leadership: Making a Difference
Developing World (Chicago, 2012) and Mass Atrocity Crimes: Preventing Future
Outrages (Brookings, 2010). His Africa Emerges: Consummate Challenges,
Opportunities appears next year. The Africa Dialogue Series at Carleton
seeks to promote the better understanding and discussions of current
facing the African continent. Through an informed presentation concerning
one of the
complex and substantive policy issues facing policy-makers and societies
at large in
the continent, the series aims to engage students and the wider public in
Ottawa-Gatineau in a dialogue concerning the implications of global issues
The Africa Dialogue Series is jointly organized by the South African High
in Canada and Carleton University's Institute of African Studies.
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