Dr Elizabeth Rasekoala was invited by the Hands On! International Association of Children in Museums to deliver a keynote speech at their digital conference in 2021 (November 9th to November 12th, 2021), entitled: ‘HANDS ON! INTO THE FUTURE’. […]
African Gong is contributing to the Ecsite 2021 Annual Conference Programme with the following Sessions on Thursday the 10th June 2021. […]
African Gong contributed to the First Ecsite Online Webinar Series Event – ‘Decolonising Museums and Science Communication’, held on the 13th May 2020. The Webinar attracted over 500+ participants from across Europe, Latin America, Africa and North America. The link to the event/video as follows: Decolonising museums and science communication Webinar African Gong also contributed […]
Dr. Rasekoala was invited by the SCI:COM Ireland to contribute as a Keynote Speaker to their annual flagship SCI:COM 2019 ‘Creativity – Novel approaches to Science Communication’ Conference, held on the 3rd December 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. Dr. Rasekoala’s Keynote presentation was entitled – ‘Creativity in Science Communication: moving from myths and rhetoric to the […]
African Gong has been an active member of the ever growing Ecsite Advocacy Group on Diversity, Equity and Social Inclusion, which is made up of Ecsite members committed to leading and driving innovation and transformation in their institutions on these critical inclusion parameters. The Group was formed as a direct outcome of the Keynote Address […]
Dr. Rasekoala was invited by the French-Chemistry and Society Network (Chimie et Societe) to deliver a Keynote Lecture at the IUPAC 2019 Congress – Symposium 4: Chemistry and Society, held on the 7-12 July, in Paris, France. The Chemistry and Society Symposium was very ground-breaking as it was the first of its kind in the […]
Dr. Rasekoala was invited by the University of Wisconsin, USA, to contribute as an international Panel Speaker to their Parallel Panel Session at the ASTC 2017 Annual Conference, entitled, ‘Fighting for Progress on Equity and Inclusion at Science Centres in the United States and Europe’, held from the 21-24 October 2017, in San Jose, California, […]
Dr. Rasekoala attended the Conference as a Panel Speaker for the Pre-Conference Workshop on the 14th June, entitled, ‘Social Inclusion and Diversity – from Goodwill to Institutional Change’.
This was the second edition of the annual cycle of the Caminhos do Conhecimento/Streams of Knowledge conferences, organized in honour of Prof. José Mariano Gago, on his birthday. Other than recalling the national and international legacy of Mariano Gago, 2017’s conference also instituted the celebration of the National Scientists Day, thus designated by the Portuguese Parliament to commemorate and acknowledge the historic, pertinent and innovative role of the scientific community, for the advancement of knowledge and, therefore, for the progress and welfare of society.
Dr. Rasekoala was invited as a Panel Speaker, by the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation (CSTMC), which co-organised the panel entitled ‘Women, Science, Engineering & Communication’
African Gong NPO Registration
African Gong is legally registered as a Not-for-Profit Organisation (NPO) in the Republic of South Africa.
226 – 138 NPO
Africa Scientifique – Post-Workshop Mentoring & Project Activities’ Support: African Gong in partnership with AIMS South Africa is delivering the third phase of the 2021 programme which involves the provision of mentoring and support to AIMS South Africa’s researchers in the planning, delivery and the monitoring and evaluation of their
practical public engagement activities, from September 2021 – February 2022.
Link to the Africa Scientifique Programme here.