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QAD SOCCER TOURNAMENT

In order to bring together Africa and Diaspora community and other communities at Queen’s, in Kingston and the surroundings, QAD Soccer Tournament will be organized as a mini world cup. Therefore, countries, part of continents or continents based on player’s registration/availability will be used. Everyone no...

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Submission of Articles

There is no online submission at this time. All articles should be submitted to the email q.africa@queensu.ca You should specify ‘Submission of article’ as subject Please also provide the name and email of two or three potential referees for your article The articles should be submitted...

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About the Proceeding

Title of the Proceeding Growth, Development and Research in Africa and Diaspora Editors Dr. Adrien Djomo, Department of Geography and Planning Dr. Alana Butler, Faculty of education Dr. Nomusa Mngoma, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program, School of Rehabilitation Therapy Priscilla Apronti, PhD Student, Department of Geography and...

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Call for Abstracts

Conference Title: Growth, Development and Research in Africa and Diaspora Instruction for Abstract Submission Date of Conference: 05 - 06 October 2019 Africa needs radical policy and paradigm shift in the areas of health, education, agriculture and food security, climate change and it’s impacts, information and...

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QAD Summer BBQ Party

Queen’s (staff, faculty, undergrad, grad and postgrads) from the African-Caribbean Diasporic studies and communities. Meet other & their families Have delicious meet Welcome to celebrate and share/Potluck Date: Saturday 13rd July 2019 Time: 12pm – 3pm Venue: Lake Ontario Park, 920 King St W, Kingston, ON...

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QAD Conference 2019

Payment for the gala night ticket is $35 online or $40 at the gate. Online Payment For The Gala Can Be Made Here QAD is an initiative to increase awareness and promote the current involvement of the Queen’s community in academic research and teaching pertaining to...

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QBFSC

Queen's Black Faculty & Staff Caucus (QBFSC) brings together at Queen’s Black faculty and staff so that they can share their views and discuss on common concerns, issues or opportunities. There is a mailing list that allows to QBFSC group to share information to their members....

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QBAS

Queen's Black Academic Society (QBAS) was ratified under the AMS since 2011. QBAS’s mission is to advance Black academics through a focus on education, equity, wellness and, issues pertinent to the Black community. Their objectives are: • Enrich the lives of self-identified Black students at Queen's...

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ACSA

African & Caribbean Students' Association (ACSA) is a cultural club at Queen's University for African and Caribbean students, and other students of various backgrounds. ACSA is an all-inclusive club! ACSA represents African and Caribbean societies through the presentation of their diverse cultures, art, music, histories and...

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Guide for Authors

Title page The first page must contain (a) the developed title, which do not exceed 25 words and must mention the geographical location of the study. The title must use the font: Arial, size 20. On this page must also appear for each author, the full...

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