AfricAvenir International

AfricAvenir is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation engaging in political education and information dissemination both in Africa and in Europe. It's main section was founded in Douala, Cameroon, by Prince Kum' a Ndumbe III in 1985 while the German section was founded in 2000 during his exile in Berlin, Germany. Since 2007 AfricAvenir is also present in Windhoek, Namibia and in 2012 another section was founded in Cotonou/Calavi, Benin.

AfricAvenir's Mahnke Wins Award as Best Film Promoter at Zanzibar International FilmFest, 22 June

AfricAvenir would like to congratulate the director of the Namibian branch, Hans-Christian Mahnke for being recognized at the Africa Film Development Awards held at the closing event of Zanzibar International Film Festival on 22 June 2014 with the award for... |+| read article

International NGO AfricAvenir is seeking a European Voluntary Service (EVS) volunteer for its Berlin office for the period 01.05.2014 – 31.03.2015

The project consists of diverse activities in the area of political education and culture  in regard to selected topics of African-European relations such as international organisations, migration, and social movements. The objective of the project is to... |+| read article

Live-Sendung: „VON TAG ZU TAG“ mit Prinz Kum’a Ndumbe III.

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Prinz Kum‘ a Ndumbe III. im Gespräch mit dem Journalisten Prof. Dr. Andreas Obrecht, Zentrum für Internationale Kooperation & Mobilität zu den Themen: Beziehungen Afrikas zu Europa und zur VR China, kritische Reflexion der europäischen... |+| read article

Ein Professor verlässt Berlin Schwarz und Gelehrter, geht denn das? Von Andrea Dernbach

Abitur in München, zwei Doktortitel in Frankreich, Habilitation in Berlin: Warum ein afrikanischer Politikwissenschaftler hierzulande dennoch keine Professorenstelle bekam. Artikel von Andrea Dernbach, erschienen im Tagesspiegel vom 2.12.2013.
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1. November 2013: Handing over the legacy of an African to the City of Berlin

On Friday, November 1, 2013, Prince and professor Kum´a Ndumbe III said farewell to the German capital after a longstanding, not always easy relationship with Germany and Berlin. To the Governing Mayor of Berlin,
Mr Klaus...
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