Amos@6: The Long Legacy of Colonisation

Thursday 1st October at 6pm BST
With Dieudonne Nahimana from New Generation in Burundi and Mpendulo Nyembe from Umthombo in South Africa. Full details below.

Amos@6: The Long Legacy of Colonisation

The Long Legacy of Colonisation
Thursday 1st October at 6pm BST
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Season 2, Episode 2
Important conversations about colonialism, empire and its legacy have been prominent throughout 2020. At Amos Trust, we know that without constant reflection, learning and real relationships of equality, those working in organisations like ours can be guilty of perpetuating this painful legacy, by not addressing power dynamics, learning from our history and listening to our partners.

Dieudonne Nahimana from New Generation in Burundi.

Mpendule Nyembe from Umthombo in South Africa.

Top: Dieudonne Nahimana from New Generation in Burundi
Bottom: Mpendulo Nyembe from Umthombo in South Africa

Join Dieudonne from New Generation in Burundi, and Mpendulo from Umthombo in South Africa, as they discuss the legacy of colonisation in their countries, how it affects their lives and work, and how we as partners and friends of organisations in the Global South can work to dismantle it together.

Simply click here to register or on the blue button above to sign-up. You will receive an email with details of how to join on the day, including a reminder the day before and an hour before the start time. Registration is free.

We will record and film each of the sessions so that we can make them all available for those that aren’t able to join us on the day.  

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This episode of Amos@6 is part of our second season of webinars which started during Lockdown in April. Links to all of Season One can be found here.

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