As the 2020 Sports Africa conference is postponed, Sports Africa Network has decided to hold a  online discussion sessions to continue engaging with the network of scholars and practitioners with meaningful presentations and discussions about Africa and sports in Africa and globally.

SportsAfricaLive #4
Learning from South-South Cooperation: Approaches to sports development in Africa

The fourth roundtable aims to bring together African professionals involved in sports development at the grassroots level. What these individuals have in common is that they received their education from the International School of Physical Education & Sport (EIEFD) in Cuba.

Learning from South-South Cooperation: Approaches to sports development in Africa

SportsAfricaLive #3
African Athletics in a Time of Change: From Grassroots to the Global Stage

The third Sports Africa Live session was July 11, 2020 @ 3:00-4:30 GMT
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SportsAfricaLive #2
African Basketball : Development, Gender and Migrations

The second  Sports Africa Live session online roundtable was on June 6, 2020 @ 3:00 p.m. GMT. 
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SportsAfricaLive #1
"Sadio Mané, Made in Senegal"

 The first SportsAfricaLive took place on May 2, 2020 @ 3p.m. GMT* (-4 US Eastern Time) and discussed the documentary 

“Sadio Mané, Made in  Senegal”

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 Sports Africa Upcoming Conference

The 2020 conference is postponed to 2021. The date will be announced once the 2021 host institution calendar of events and conferences is confirmed.



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