The East Africa Dialogue Series is a regionally-focused public engagement initiative of the East African Institute of the Aga Khan University, with generous support from International Development Research Centre, Aga Khan Foundation Canada, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, and the Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan Fund for the Environment.
The Dialogue Series provides a platform for individuals and groups to address critical issues facing East Africa.
The series will engage a cross-section of African stakeholders committed to tackling the continent’s most pressing problems systematically, and incorporate both scientifically based and experiential evidence with an aim to generate practical and ethically driven solutions to Africa’s existing and future development problems.
At its core, the dialogue series will: challenge existing paradigms; ask new questions; focus on solutions; and, raise the level of public debate and engagement.
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Check out how youth perspectives compare across East African countries.
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The East Africa Youth Survey gives a good glimpse of perspectives of young people across the region.