Decolonial Dialoges: Transcontinental mobility: How much encounter does decolonisation need?

A new relational ethic between Africa and Europe presupposes that people from both continents can meet under more favourable conditions. While people from Europe can travel to the neighbouring continent largely unhindered, the reverse route is often arduous and costly for African people. Moreover, it often leads to visa rejections under humiliating circumstances. What needs to be done to ensure opportunities for mobility and cooperation? What can be concretely improved?


Prof. Dr. Albert Gouaffo, Université de Dschang, Cameroon
Dr. Mahret Ifeoma Kupka, art scholar / curator, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt a. M.
Wale Lawal, Editor-in-Chief, The Republic Magazine, Nigeria
Tiaji Sio, Diplomats of Colour, Federal Foreign Office, Germany

Moderation: Aisha Camara

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