African Gong contributed to the World Science Forum (WSF) Side Event held at the AIMS-South Africa, ‘Advancing Mathematical Sciences for Societal, Human Capital & Skills Development at AIMS’, on the 2nd December, 2022.
Dr. Rasekoala was invited as a Keynote Speaker at the 10th edition of the Portuguese Annual Science Communication Congress, which took place on May 11-13, 2022, at São Miguel, in the Azores Islands.
The theme of this year’s edition is “Stop, listen and act: reflect on the past to build the future”
Theme: Creative industries, science communication & public engagement for global health, Online conference, 24th March 2022
African Gong contributed to The International Society for Neglected Tropical Diseases (ISNTD’s) Opening Panel Session on ‘Inclusive science communication: from rethinking images to a global movement’
The overall objective of RETHINK is to contribute to making the European science communication ecosystem more open, inclusive, reflexive and adaptive. It aims to improve the quality of interactions between science and society by providing concrete recommendations and training resources for nurturing open and reflexive science-society interfaces.
African Gong participated in the 2021 Inclusive Science Communication Symposium (ISC 2021), contributing to the Panel Session on ‘Towards an Inclusive History of Science Communication’ on the 14th October, 2021.
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 […]
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 2022 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 May 2022 – October 2022
Link to the Africa Scientifique Programme here.