The scientific discourse about Africa has been overwhelmingly owned by the West/North. In fact, discourse ownership has been one of the most efficient instruments of Western/Northern domination in the post-colonial era. This section sets out to contribute to the solidification of an Africa-centred discourse by identifying, collecting and structuring scientific Africa-centred online content.

Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III: Le contexte historique dans lequel arrive l’évangélisation à Cameroons Town (Douala)

kum'a ndumbe III

A l’occasion du Centenaire de l’Eglise primatiale St Jean de Deido à Douala et sur invitation de Mgr. Paul Nyaga, Recteur de l’Université Catholique St Jérôme de Douala, le Prince Kum’a Ndumbe III, professeur des universités, a prononcé le 3 janvier 2014 un... |+| read article

Binding, democratic, in solidarity: african perspectives on the energy transition

Based on the events and discussions with our guests from Africa in 2012 and 2013 within the framework of the project "Paradoxes of sustainability - how socially equitable are ‘green’ technologies really?", the final version of the recommendations... |+| read article

Kwame Opoku: Did Germans Never Hear Directly or Indirectly Nigeria's Demand for Return of Looted Artefacts?

Cultural commentator Kwame Opoku discusses in this text the partly estonishing answers given by the Berlin Senat to parliamentary question (Kleine Anfrage) from the German Green Party in relation to the construction of the Humboldt-Forum... |+| read article

Déclaration solennelle du Prince Kum’aNdumbe III sur les débuts de la résistance des peuples camerounais à l’occupation coloniale, 28 août 1884 – 28 août 2013, au mausolée de Lock Priso (Kum’a Mbape)

Kum'a Mbape (Lock Priso)

Hickory Town/Bonabéri, 28 août 2013. "Pull that flag down. No man buy we. They want to give us plenty dash, we tell them no. Leave us free and not make us plenty trouble." La résistance anticoloniale au Cameroun, écris Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III, n’a... |+| read article

Kwame Opoku: Will Nigeria finally Raise Restitution of Benin Artefacts at UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee?

It is no accident, writes Kwame Opoku, that the famous hip-mask of Queen-Mother Idia has become the most visible and popular image in African art; it has become the symbol of Pan-Africanism and the African recovery from colonial oppression. Unfortunately,... |+| read article

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