Slavery in Africa: a dialogue between Europe and Africa

Setting up an international research network dedicated to the legacy of slavery in Africa and Europe: such is the purpose of the SLAFNET research project coordinated by the IRD. Funded by the European Commission, it brings together a multidisciplinary team of some 50 researchers in a consortium of 13 partners from the North and South.

For three years, SLAFNET will promote synergy between European and African teams on the social dynamics resulting from the abolition of slavery until the present.

The project will mobilise over 50 researchers in France, Kenya, Mauritius, Cameroun, Ethiopia, Senegal, Germany, Portugal and the UK to:

The SLAFNET Network

Europe : French  National  Research  Institute  for  Sustainable Development, French  National  Center  for  Scientific  Research  and University of Nantes (France), Bath Spa University and University of Birmingham (UK), University of Lisbon (Portugal), University of Hamburg (Germany).

Africa : Catholic University of Eastern Africa and National Museums of Kenya  (Kenya), University of Mauritius (Mauritius), University of Yaounde I (Cameroon), Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia), Cheikh Anta Diop University (Senegal).  



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Slavery in Africa: A dialogue between Europe and Africa

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