Senior Atlantic Fellows, Shehnaz Munshi, Lance Louskieter & Kentse Radebe have come together to lead a conversation about Decolonial Health Systems. The conversation, which began in October as a Convening led by the Fellows with the inclusion of members from various Atlantic Institute Programs, is intended to reimagine a world where African researchers and practitioners build and develop the collective capacities and knowledge archives that centre Africa and its people with a specific focus on African Health Policy and Systems Research.

The webinar in December will be hosted by Tekano Programmes Director, Crystal Dicks, and will feature a panel of Atlantic Fellows based at Tekano. The aim of the webinar is to create a space for African conversations that will build solidarity across the continent towards creating strategies that dismantle processes and structures that produce and sustain inequities and injustices in health policies and systems.

For Tekano, this webinar is an opportunity to start aligning the organisation as a hub for Senior Fellows and strategic partners to come together in solidarity towards harnessing critical thinking in an effort to provide interventions for reform within Health systems & policy in the African continent.

Date: Saturday, 12 December 2020

Time: 10am – 12pm

Re-broadcast: Friday, 18 December 2020 on Tekano’s YouTube page