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Travelling Academics News - 28 May 2013

28 May 2013

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Christopher Cramer travelled to Accra, Ghana, for a ‘Governance for Development in Africa’ residential school 4-9 May 2013.

Jonathan Di John travelled to Accra, Ghana, for a ‘Governance for Development in Africa’ residential school 4-9 May 2013.

Laura Hammond travelled to Accra, Ghana, for a ‘Governance for Development in Africa’ residential school 7-11 May 2013.

Mike Jennings travelled to Accra, Ghana, for a ‘Governance for Development in Africa’ residential school 4-12 May 2013.

Costas Lapavitsas went to Los Angeles, CA, USA, to take part in a colloquium at UCLA 11-13 May 2013.

Costas Lapavitsas travelled to Athens, Greece, to take part in a conference organised by the Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence and the University of Athens on ‘Realistic Alternative Strategies for the Euro’ 22-25 May 20134.

Tolulola Lawal travelled to Durban, South Africa, to present a paper at the 2013 African Finance Journal Conference 13-17 May 2013.

Jens Lerche went to Delhi, India, for a research project 7-13 May 2013.

Makeen Makeen went to Moscow to present a paper on the future of conflict law in the EU 19-22 May 2013.

Zoë Marriage travelled to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to teach on ‘Managing Peace and Security in Africa’ executive Masters course at the Institute for Peace and Security Studies 20-25 May 2013.

Werner Menski went to Antwerp, Belgium, and Germany, to give a keynote lecture and chair a session at the Max Planck Institute 20-27 May 2013.

Carlos Oya travelled to Accra, Ghana, for a ‘Governance for Development in Africa’ residential school 4-9 May 2013.

Colin Poulton travelled to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to attend an African Union / Aline workshop and conduct research on ‘Future Agricultures’ 28-31 May 2013.

Colin Poulton went to Dakar, Senegal, for an African Union/DFID/IFPRI/USAID/World Bank/Gates Foundation workshop 13-17 May 2013.