Innovation for African Universities: iHub/British Council Project

iHub in collaboration with The British Council, is conducting a comprehensive mapping and assessment of the entrepreneurial and high education ecosystem in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. The British Council has developed and designed the Innovation for African Universities (IAU) project to foster the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship within universities and facilitate the developmentContinue reading “Innovation for African Universities: iHub/British Council Project”

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Grant: new art collaborations, British Council – closing on 13 Aug!

Sounds good except for the multi-case acronym. link: https://www.britishcouncil.org/east-africa-arts/opportunities/nana-call-proposals new Art new Audiences (nAnA) call for proposals Apply for the nAnA grant between 1 July – 13 August to collaborate on the creation of new art. Apply now Thank you for your interest in new Art new Audiences (nAnA) 2017. nAnA is an annual (open call)Continue reading “Grant: new art collaborations, British Council – closing on 13 Aug!”

Call for Applicants, Future Leaders Connect

from British Council: Future Leaders Connect – The global network for emerging policy leaders YOUR CHANCE TO CONNECT TO A LONG-TERM NETWORK OF EMERGING LEADERS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE, WHO WANT TO CHANGE THE WORLD THROUGH POLICY MAKING. Future Leaders Connect is where exceptional individuals (aged 18-35) from around the world join a long-term network ofContinue reading “Call for Applicants, Future Leaders Connect”

Open Call: East African artists & cultural partners (British Council)

Open Call for East African artists and cultural partners… East Africa Arts Overview: East Africa Arts is the British Council’s framework for working between Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia and the UK. The programme: connects new audiences to new art, shares skills of creatives, and ignites partnerships between the creative sectors of the UK andContinue reading “Open Call: East African artists & cultural partners (British Council)”