The theme “Global Africa 2063: Education for Reconstruction and Transformation” reflects the foundations of Kwame Nkrumah’s intellectual and cultural ideologies of a united Africa. This gathering seeks to examine and critically investigate the role of African centered education and knowledge production for shaping the development agenda. This approach will challenge the destructive and dominant education and knowledge system which supports neo-colonialism. The conference will use the African Union ‘Global Africa 2063’ agenda as the foundation for recuperating and popularizing Pan-African ideas and ideals.
At the conference, Margaret Ninsin presented the paper “Patenting and Protecting Tropical Plant Medicines”.
Find the conference presentation “Patenting and Protecting Tropical Plant Medicines” here
See more information about the paper in ‘Publications’ here.