Dr. Rasekoala delivered an invited workshop session to the CIBIO-InBIO Network (Senior Researchers, Academics & Administrators of the CIBIO-InBIO Research Centres) to upscale practice and programme development for science communication and public engagement in the CIBIO-InBIO programmatic framework. The focus of the capacity-building workshop was targeted at the work of the CIBIO-InBIO Centres in various African countries and highlighted the need to address inclusive partnership practices and mind-sets, in the delivery of CIBIO-InBIO research programmes and their dissemination, in Africa and Europe. Dr. Rasekoala also delivered a presentation showcasing the good practice of African Gong, entitled, ‘African Gong: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategic Partnerships for the Advancement of Science Communication and Sustainable Development in Africa’.
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African Gong NPO Registration
African Gong is legally registered as a Not-for-Profit Organisation (NPO) in the Republic of South Africa.
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African Gong in partnership with AIMS South Africa delivers its inaugural Flagship Science Communication Capacity-building Programme – Africa Scientifique: Leadership, Knowledge & Skills for Science Communication – to the first cohort of African researchers and academics at the AIMS South Africa, on the 28-30 September 2020.
Link to the Africa Scientifique Programme here