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Aims and Objectives of the project

This project is a collaboration of students. The project is designed to demonstrate the extent to which online collaboration gives voice to previously unheard voices.

Introduction to the Topic

What is the focus of your studies in Africa?

Learning Materials

What learning materials are used to study in Africa?

Please help develop the Peace Studies in Africa learning project.

Reading Lists

What texts have you read when studying in Africa?


What are some of the activities (inside and outside the classroom) that support your learning in Africa?


What do you plan to do when you complete your studies in Africa?

External links



Education in the Middle East and North Africa


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