This year, the African Students’ Association on campus – DASA, will be sponsoring students to attend an annual African Development Conference (ADC) at Harvard Law School. The conference will take place on March 23rd & 24th.

It is organized by a coalition of African student groups from Harvard University, including Harvard College, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Law School and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

The conference will bring together policymakers, innovative business leaders, accomplished academics, leaders of civil society organizations and other distinguished individuals to foster a productive dialogue about Africa’s future. It will take an interdisciplinary approach drawing on strategies from three major pillars of sustainable growth: Democracy and Good Governance; Technology and Development, and Economic Partnerships.

It will take an interdisciplinary approach drawing on strategies from three major pillars of sustainable growth: Democracy and Good Governance; Technology and Development, and Economic Partnerships.

If you are interested in attending, this is the link to the application form:

2018 African Development Conference (ADC) at Harvard Law School Application Form

Feel free to direct any clarification questions to dasa@drew.edu

This application is due by Monday, February 12th (at 12 pm).

— DASA

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Sent on: Feb 9, 2018 and Feb 11, 2018