ETHICAL HUMANITARIANISMS SERIES 2021
Tuesdays 18:00-19:00 SAST
20 April Session #1: Panellists: Carl Manlan (COO Ecobank Foundation, Togo) & Lucy Koechlin (Chairperson Board of Trustees, Oumou Dilly Foundation, Switzerland), Kathryn Toure (Regional Director Eastern and Southern Africa, International Development Research Centre, Kenya)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: Values, Canons and Ethical Considerations
25 May Session #2: Panellists: Mahendra Shunmoogam (Director: Policy [Sector Masterplans] Implementation at the Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition: Republic of South Africa) & Jess Auerbach (Senior Lecturer, Social Anthropology, North West University, South Africa)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: kindness, generosity and compromises
22 June Session #3: Panellists: Olumide Abimbola (Executive Director, Africa Policy Research Institute, Germany) & Merlin Ince (Resource Mobilization Consultant, WHO Partnership for Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Geneva, Switzerland)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: Power, AID and Dignity
20 July Session #4: Panellists: Ornella Morderan (Head of Sahel Programme, Institute for Security Studies Bamako, Mali) & Shelagh Gastrow (Advisor Gastrow Consulting, South Africa)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: (In)security, Philanthropy and Ethical Quandaries
24 August Session #5: Panellists: Treasa Galvin (Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Botswana) & Elisio Macamo (Ass. Professor of African Studies, University of Basel, Switzerland)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: Development Cooperation and Borders
21 Sep. Session #6: Panellists: Iina Soiri (Education and Science Counsellor, Team Finland Knowledge Expert, Embassy of Finland, Formin, South Africa), Ebrima Sall (Executive Director, Trust Africa, Senegal) & & Henri-Michel Yéré (Lecturer & Researcher in Sociology & Centre for African Studies, University of Basel, Switzerland).
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: research financing and knowledge production
26 Oct. Session #7: Panellists: Cecelia Lynch (Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California Irvine, USA) & Alcinda Honwana (Professor, London School of Economics, UK)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: Entrapments, Personhood and New Imaginaries
23 Nov. Session #8: Panellists: Ayisha Osori (Executive Director, Open Society Foundation West Africa, Senegal) & Lisa Romàn (Economist, Swedish International Development Corporation Agency, Sweden), Euclides Gonçalves (Director, Kaleidoscopio)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: Transnational Actors and Local Paradigms
07 Dec. Session #9: Panellists: Tamara F. Enomoto (Professor, Organization for Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Properties, Meiji University, Japan) & Emmanuel Mutisya (Programme Coordinator and Consultant for Education and Skills Development, African Development Bank, Cote d’Ivoire)
Theme: Ethical Humanitarianisms: re-set and future strategies
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We look forward to seeing you at this HUMA-FIFE discussion series.