AfOx Insaka storytelling by African women & Africa’s development
In a polarised world, with disinformation and misinformation proliferating, narratives have real-world consequences for how policy is designed, capital is allocated, and investment and development decisions are made. Whose voices are heard? How are their narratives constructed? by whom? For what purpose?

Gina Din, Arunma Oteh and Sabrina Maonde will explore the role of strategic storytelling as a catalyst for change in Africa at the Afox Insaka on 27th January 2023 at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford or online. The Insaka will start at 5:30 PM (UK time).
At this Insaka, Gina Din will launch her book ‘Daughter of Africa.’ Gina Din, an award-winning Kenyan corporate communications pioneer, argues in her book that African women’s voices and lived experiences must be at the heart of policy processes, development programming, investment strategy, and community-building.

A drinks reception will follow.
Date: 27 January 2023, 17:30 (Friday, 2nd week, Hilary 2023)
Venue: Blavatnik School of Government, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter OX2 6GG
Venue Details: Tun Razak Lecture Theatre
Speakers: Gina Din (Gina Din Corporate Communications), Arunma Oteh (former Treasurer of the World Bank; Executive-in-Residence at Saïd Business School), Sabrina Maonde
Part of: AfOx insaka - a gathering for sharing ideas and knowledge about Africa-focused research
Booking required?: Required
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Cost: Free
Audience: Public
Editor: Chimwemwe Manyozo