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200 years

Conf Paradoxes of Sustainability

Africavenir

The AfricAvenir Secretariat of the Dialog Forum on 'The Democratisation Process in Cameroon - Challenges and Perspectives', (Ekume Mbella, Miriam Teschl from Graz, Austria, Franoise Ndoume, PhD Candidate Berlin, Esther Mpando, Manager of AfricAvenir and Marie-Pascale Danwa).

Princess Rabiatou Njoya, Writer, intervening on the future of Democracy in Cameroon.

Woman intervening at the AfricAvenir Dialog Forum on 'The Democratisation Process in Cameroon - Challenges and Perspectives'.

Participants of the AfricAvenir Dailog Forum on Democratisation in Cameroon. In the middle, the late secretary general of the Social Democratic Front of Cameroon Prof. Siga Asanga and Prof. Kum' a Ndumbe III.

Cameroon-Namibia-Germany Group of the Evangelical Church visiting AfricAvenir.

Mohammed Sann Topan (Member of Parliament of Burkina Faso) during the evaluation 'Political Education in West Africa' of the Konrad Adnauer Foundation.

The Mayor of Bonabri, Tanko Ahmadou participating in a ceremony at AfricAvenir.

AfricAvenir Dialog Forum on Democracy and Decentralisation in cooperation with Heirich Bll Foundation 1997.

The Secretary General of the ruling party (RDPC) and special councillor of the President of the Republic Paul Biya, Prof. Ebnzer Njoh Mouell lecturing at AfricAvenir on his book 'De la mdiocrit l'excellence'.

Dialog with the french author and film maker Viviane Livre at AfricAvenir Douala 1991.

Ceremony of the Cameroonian Writers Association (APEC) Best Cameroonian Author. The books of the three winners on the issue of water were published by AfricAvenir.

AfricAvenir Dialog Forum on Democracy in Cameroon at the Hotel Lewat, Douala in presence of the Consul of the United States (right). The police tried to intimidate AfricAvenir and to stop the Forum.

The 'Graphopress' in the Printing Unit of AfricAvenir Douala.

Participants of the Dialog Forum on Democracy and Decentralisation in Yaound.

Participants of the AfricAvenir African Palaver on Democracy 1997.

General Douala Massango congratulating AfricAvenir for its work 1991.

The AfricAvenir Secretariat of the Dialog Forum Series on 'The Democratisation Process in Cameroon - Challenges and Perspectives', organised by AfricAvenir in Co-operation with Heinrich Bll Foundation, Germany in 1997. (l.to r.: Daniel Tchapda, Teacher of Philosophy at the Lyce Polyvalent de Douala, Esther Mpando, Ekume Mbella, Marie-Pascale Danwa, Franoise Ndoume and Mba Mba).

Dialogforum

Dialogforum Berlin

Grada Kilomba during her lecture at the AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum 2007. Grada Kilomba is a writer and psychologist from the West African Islands Sao Tome e Principe, who predominantly works as a writer and as a lecturer on the topics: Psychoanalysis, Slavery, Colonialism, Trauma and Memory.

Audience during one of the AfricAvenir Dialogue Forums 2007 at the Heinrich-Boell-Foundation in Berlin.

AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum on Linguistic Policies in Africa, with Dina Taiwe Kolyang (Cameroonian author of novels, poems and short stories in Tpuri, german and french) and Kofi Yakpo (Linguist and artist).

AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum on Linguistic Policies in Africa, with Dina Taiwe Kolyang (Cameroonian author of novels, poems and short stories in Tpuri, german and french) and Kofi Yakpo (Linguist and artist).

AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum on Linguistic Policies in Africa, with Dina Taiwe Kolyang (Cameroonian author of novels, poems and short stories in Tpuri, german and french) and Kofi Yakpo (Linguist and artist).

AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum on Linguistic Policies in Africa, with Dina Taiwe Kolyang (Cameroonian author of novels, poems and short stories in Tpuri, german and french) and Kofi Yakpo (Linguist and artist).

AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum on Linguistic Policies in Africa, with Dr. Nseme Cledor (Cameroonian linguist and professor of African languages at the University of Yaounde) and Dr. Neville Aleander (Director of PRAESA, Project for the Study of Alternative Education in South Africa, South Africa). Moderator Judith Strohm (AfricAvenir).

Dr. Michel Foaleng (Cameroonian educational scientist, currently director of a teachers training program in Cameroon) during the AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum in "Africans in German and European Academia".

Dr. Michel Foaleng (Cameroonian educational scientist, currently director of a teachers training program in Cameroon) during the AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum in "Africans in German and European Academia".

Grada Kilomba during her lecture at the AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum 2007 on "Africans in Academia". Grada Kilomba is a writer and psychologist from the West African Islands Sao Tome e Principe, who predominantly works as a writer and as a lecturer on the topics: Psychoanalysis, Slavery, Colonialism, Trauma and Memory.

Grada Kilomba during her lecture at the AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum 2007 on "Africans in Academia". Grada Kilomba is a writer and psychologist from the West African Islands Sao Tome e Principe, who predominantly works as a writer and as a lecturer on the topics: Psychoanalysis, Slavery, Colonialism, Trauma and Memory.

The AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum on "Africans in German and European Academia" at the Heinrich-Boell-Foundation in Berlin, with Grada Kilomba and Dr. Michel Foaleng.

Dr. Nseme Cledor during his lecture at the AfricAvenir Dialogforum on "Linguistic Policies in Africa". Dr. Cledor is professor of linguistics and African languages at the University of Yaounde I (Cameroon).

Dr. Nseme Cledor during his lecture at the AfricAvenir Dialogforum on "Linguistic Policies in Africa". Dr. Cledor is professor of linguistics and African languages at the University of Yaounde I (Cameroon).

The AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum on "Linguistic Policies in Africa", with Dr. Nseme Cledor and Dr. Neville Alexander.

Dr. Neville Alexander during his lecture at the AfricAvenir Dialogue Forum in Berlin. Neville Alexander is the Director of PRAESA. He has done much pioneering work in the field of language policy and planning in South Africa since the early 1980s via organisations such as the National Language Project, PRAESA, as well as the LANGTAG process. He has been influential in respect of language policy development with various government departments, including Education. His most recent work has focused on the tension between multilingualism and the hegemony of English in the public sphere.

Dr. Neville Alexander in dialogue with Prof. Ekkehard Wolff who holds the Chair of African Languages at the Leipzig University (African Studies Department).

Douala

Dritte Welt im 2. Weltkrieg

Kum'a Ndumbe III

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. am Institut Dr. Flad.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung im Lüneburger Wasserturm.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung im Lüneburger Wasserturm.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung im Lüneburger Wasserturm.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. im Gespräch mit Dr. Helga Langer und Anja Göbel nach einer Lesung im Lüneburger Wasserturm.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung am Bundesrealgymnasium 6 in Wien 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung am Bundesrealgymnasium 6 in Wien 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. beim signieren eines seiner Bücher.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung am Bundesrealgymnasium 6 in Wien 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung am Bundesrealgymnasium 6 in Wien 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Diskussion mit Schülern am Institut Dr. Flad (vormals Chemisches Institut Dr. Flad) in Stuttgart, einem seit 1951 auf gemeinnütziger Basis arbeitenden Berufskolleg für Chemie, Pharmazie und Umwelt.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung am Institut Dr. Flad (vormals Chemisches Institut Dr. Flad) in Stuttgart, einem seit 1951 auf gemeinnütziger Basis arbeitenden Berufskolleg für Chemie, Pharmazie und Umwelt.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Lesung am Institut Dr. Flad (vormals Chemisches Institut Dr. Flad) in Stuttgart, einem seit 1951 auf gemeinnütziger Basis arbeitenden Berufskolleg für Chemie, Pharmazie und Umwelt.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Diskussion mit Schülern am Institut Dr. Flad (vormals Chemisches Institut Dr. Flad) in Stuttgart, einem seit 1951 auf gemeinnütziger Basis arbeitenden Berufskolleg für Chemie, Pharmazie und Umwelt.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Diskussion mit Schülern am Institut Dr. Flad (vormals Chemisches Institut Dr. Flad) in Stuttgart, einem seit 1951 auf gemeinnütziger Basis arbeitenden Berufskolleg für Chemie, Pharmazie und Umwelt.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. im Gespräch mit Dr. Flad nach einer Lesung am Institut Dr. Flad (vormals Chemisches Institut Dr. Flad) in Stuttgart, einem seit 1951 auf gemeinnütziger Basis arbeitenden Berufskolleg für Chemie, Pharmazie und Umwelt.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. im Gespräch mit Schüler/innen nach einer Lesung am Institut Dr. Flad (vormals Chemisches Institut Dr. Flad) in Stuttgart, einem seit 1951 auf gemeinnütziger Basis arbeitenden Berufskolleg für Chemie, Pharmazie und Umwelt.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. im Gespräch nach einer Lesung im Lüneburger Wasserturm 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. auf der Frankfurter Buchmesse 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Podiumsdiskussion auf der Frankfurter Bucmesse 2007 zum Thema Afrikanische Renaissance.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. in der Internationalen Halle der Frankfurter Bucmesse 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. in der Internationalen Halle der Frankfurter Bucmesse 2007.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. während einer Podiumsdiskussion auf der Frankfurter Bucmesse 2007 zum Thema Afrikanische Renaissance.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III. bei der Frankfurter Buchmesse 2007 mit Inge Mautner und Eric Van Grasdorff (beide AfricAvenir).

Leeboon

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak, President of the Association of Senegalese Tale Tellers „Leebon Ci Leer“ and Griot, during his visit to Germany, from 04.05. - 14.05.2006.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak with AfricAvenir member Rosa Hoppe on top of the Foreign Ministry building in Berlin.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak with AfricAvenir member Rosa Hoppe on top of the Foreign Ministry building in Berlin just before his first performance in the International Club.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak and his German "voice" Julie Marte Lehmann.

AfricAvenir member Julie Marte Lehmann accompanied Babacar Mbaye Ndaak during his Germany tour as his "translator".

Babacar Maye Ndaak and Julie Marte Lehmann on stage at the International Club in the Foriegn German Ministry in Berlin.

Babacar Maye Ndaak during his performance with pianist Jacek Rabinski at the C. Bechstein Centrum inside the 'Stilwerk' (Matinée der Klänge: Märchen aus Dakar treffen auf Musik aus Berlin), 07.05.2006.

Babacar Maye Ndaak dialoguing with the public during his performance at the C. Bechstein Centrum inside the 'Stilwerk' (Matinée der Klänge: Märchen aus Dakar treffen auf Musik aus Berlin), 07.05.2006.

Pianist Jacek Rabinski during his performance with babacar Mbaye Ndaak at the C. Bechstein Centrum inside the 'Stilwerk' (Matinée der Klänge: Märchen aus Dakar treffen auf Musik aus Berlin), 07.05.2006.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak and pianist Jacek Rabinski during their common performance at the C. Bechstein Centrum inside the 'Stilwerk' (Matinée der Klänge: Märchen aus Dakar treffen auf Musik aus Berlin), 07.05.2006.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak during one of his school performances at the Kant Schools (Berlin International School).

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak and Julie Marte Lehmann during one of their school performances at the Kant Schools (Berlin International School).

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak listening to one of the pupils during one of his school performances at the Kant Schools (Berlin International School).

Babacar Maye Ndaak interacting with pupils of the Kant School (Berlin International School).

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak with Julie Marte Lehmann and organisor Marlene Müller-Rytlewski in the middle of pupils of the Kant Schools in Berlin.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak during his performance at the conference on "Tales and Human Right" organized by the Berlin Forum of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation on 11.05.2006.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak during one of his performances, always communicating and interacting with the 'public'.

Director of the German Institute for Human Rights Heiner Bielefeld during the conference on "Tales and Human Right" organized by the Berlin Forum of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation on 11.05.2006.

His Excellency the Ambassador of Senegal in Germany, El Hadj Abdoul Aziz Ndiaye at the conference on "Tales and Human Right" organized by the Berlin Forum of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation on 11.05.2006.

Prof. Dr. Susanne Gehrmann (Professor of African Literatures and Cultures at the Humboldt University of Berlin) at the conference on "Tales and Human Right" organized by the Berlin Forum of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation on 11.05.2006.

Final podium at the conference on "Tales and Human Right" organized by the Berlin Forum of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation on 11.05.2006, featuring (l.t.r.) Andreas Wegener (Director Kant Schools), Dr. Marlene Müller-Rytlewski (AfricAvenir Int.), the moderator Paul Werner Wagner and Silke Fischer (Director Märchenland e.V./German Centre for Tale Culture).

The audience at the conference on "Tales and Human Right" organized by the Berlin Forum of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation on 11.05.2006.

Dr. Ndiaga Gaye and Babacar Mbaye Ndaak with Ann Kathrin Helfrich, Eric Van Grasdorff and Julie Marte Lehmann (part of the AfricAvenir Int. organizing team) in front of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation building.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak with Rosa Hoppe and Dr. Marlene Müller-Rytlewski during the press conference at the Suggar Museum in Berlin.

Dr. Irina Mohr (Friedrich Ebert Foundation), Babacar Mbaye Ndaak and Rosa Hoppe (AfricAvenir) during the press conference at the suggar museum.

Dr. Marlene Müller-Rytlewski explaining the origins of the Tales Project during the press conference at the Suggar Museum.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak performing with Eva Bretschneider (AfricAvenir) at the Einstein-Forum in Potsdam, 12.05.06.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak with children.

The organizing team of the Tales Project "Leeboon Ci Leer" (l. to r.) Dr. Irina Mohr (Friedrich Ebert Foundation), Andreas Wegener (Kant Schools) and Dr. Marlene Müller-Rytlewski (AfricAvenir) with Babacar Mbaye Ndaak.

Dr. Ndiaga Gaye with Eric Van Grasdorff and Stefan Skupien during the AfricAvenir Dialog Forum on "The Role of Tales in Present Day African Societies" at the House of Democracy and Human Rights in Berlin, 08.05.2006.

Dr. Ndiaga Gaye during his conference on "The Role of Tales in Present Day African Societies" at the House of Democracy and Human Rights in Berlin, 08.05.2006.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak during the discussion after the screening of dani Kouyaté's film "Sia – the Dream of the Python", the cinematographic adaptation of an old Wagadu legend critically analyzing the role of Griots. The screening took place at the Werkstatt der Kulturen, 07.05.2006.

Moderator Eric Van Grasdorff with Dr. Ndiaga Gaye and Babacar Mbaye Ndaak during the discussion after the screening of Dani Kouyaté's film "Sia - the Dream of the Python" at the Werkstatt der Kulturen, 07.05.2006.

Babacar Mbaye Ndaak and Dr. Ndiaga Gaye explaining and analysing the role of modern days griots after the screening of Dani Kouyaté's film "Sia" at the Werkstatt der Kulturen, 07.05.2006.

Dr. Ndiaga Gaye explaining and analysing the role of modern days griots after the screening of Dani Kouyaté's film "Sia" at the Werkstatt der Kulturen, 07.05.2006.

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