Jan 23 – Nov 23
8-10 hours per week
flexible payment plan available
African Politics offers a world class introduction to the continent’s political history and present. The course covers Africa’s political philosophies, political formations, and governance during the pre-colonial period, colonial rule, and after independence. Throughout the course, students will examine the features and foundations of African political thought, learning the ideologies and practice of individual and institutional political actors. The course also covers indigenous theories of power, governance, and conflict
You’re passionate about a career in politics
You want to acquire advanced knowledge of African political systems and processes
You want to learn how to draft and prescribe relevant, change making policies for Africa
You want to learn to change epistemic generalisations and misconceptions of Africa
You’re interested in decolonising structures of political oppression
This course is designed by some of the leading political scientists and experts from the continent and diaspora.
Professor of Development Studies at the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Professor, International Politics at the
University of Stirling
University of Witwatersrand and Director of the Centre for the study of the United States ACSUS
University of Cambridge, University of Leiden in Holland, former Stanford University
Independent Historian, Political Scientist and Academic. Current University of Liverpool
The School of Pan African Thought Ltd is a member of the CPD Certification Service.
This course will be submitted for accreditation and certification with the United Kingdom CPD Certification Service and is recognized as applicable to individuals who are members of, or are associated with UK-based professional bodies.
The School of Pan African Thought brings together world leading intellectuals and scholars to empower a new generation of leaders to address the challenge of African development.
We focus is on developing the intellectual and human capital to build a better world for Africa and Africans.
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