CPACE Paper 2022
The Paper, “Pan-African Citizenship Education: family, community and educators”, will propose a pedagogical framework for Pan-African Citizenship Education that provides practical and accessible guidance to parents, creatives, community leaders, cultural leaders, and educators for how to nurture Pan-African Citizenship through their work.
Beginning with a critical reading of Pan-African scholarship of the last 150 years, our Fellows and Researchers will mine the intellectual archives of Africa and its diaspora to explore past manifestations of Pan-Africanism at the grassroots. Working with our partners, the Paper will also survey current grassroots Pan-Africanism in the United Kingdom. Using the information gleaned, the Paper will set out a framework for an alternative pedagogy for global citizenship derived from the Black experience and including consideration for trans-cultural and trans-national opportunities unique to the Black experience.
AHP Project Team: Apeike Umolu | Kofi Adjei | Kai Mora | Avery Benton | Krystel Nozier | George Evans
Lead Institutional Contributors: The Africa Centre (Belvin Tawuya) | BeComeImmersive (André Bright)