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Centre of Pan African Thought: Chair of the Board

Centre of Pan African Thought: Chair of the Board

Earlier this year, the Centre decided to move into a new phase of its operations, and sought individuals to form a Board of Trustees, to help stir and direct its strategic objectives.

I’m honoured to not have only been appointed as a Member of the Board of Directors but also the Chair.

There is much work to do, and with the vision set by the Centres distinguished Founder Nigel Stewart, 2021 looks set to be the year the Centre comes into its own, and makes an undeniable impact on the much needed work of unifying the African Diaspora.

This will be achieved by delivering a programme of bespoke events, educational courses and producing evidenced based research that drives policy to create greater economic parity.

Find out more about the Centre and how to get involved here

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