As part of the Irish Development Education Association virtual conference, 2020, Dr David Nyaluke of Proudly Made in Africa, presented their work around Including Decolonial and Racism Discussions in Development Education as part of the Showcase of Development Education responses and adaptations to Covid 19
Who We Are
David Nyaluke from Proudly made in Africa, a social enterprise promoting Africa’s finest food and fashion producers globally
What we did and How we did it
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