In the News: Week of 25 July

This Exciting Afrofuturist Role-Playing Game Is Revolutionizing the Video Game Industry in Africa & Beyond

With East Africa rapidly emerging as one of the the world’s creative and entrepreneurial hotspots, UNESCO is launching a new project in Uganda to strengthen the country’s cultural industries and the skills of creative professionals

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AfriCHI 2016 Workshops in Nairobi (November) are currently open for submission. AfriCHI aims to widen Africans’ international participation in the practice and study of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Interaction Design, and to advance HCI by increased awareness of designs, tools, inventions, methods, theories and pedagogies for creating or using technology in Africa.

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One thought on “In the News: Week of 25 July

  1. This is great news

    ‘With East Africa rapidly emerging as one of the the world’s creative and entrepreneurial hotspots, UNESCO is launching a new project in Uganda to
    strengthen the country’s cultural industries and the skills of creative professionals’

    This will have positive impact in the region in terms of jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities.

    Liked by 1 person

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