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KMAfrica 2009 - The Third Biennial Conference “Knowledge to Reposition Africa in the World Economy" 4th-7th May 2009
KMAfrica 2009 - The Third Biennial Conference “Knowledge to Reposition Africa in the World Economy" / “Le Savoir pour repositionner l’Afrique dans l’Économie Mondiale” 4th-7th May 2009 Dakar, Senegal
How can knowledge be used to re-position Africa in the global economy, particularly with regard to the impact of technology?
Knowledge Management Africa (www.KMAfrica.com) invites the submission of papers for its Third Biennial Conference KMA 2009: “Knowledge to Reposition Africa in the Global Economy”. Papers which focus on the application of technologies in addressing the conference theme are strongly encouraged.
Researchers, practitioners, private and public institutions, and civil society organizations seeking to influence the creation of new knowledge communities and networks across political and social borders in the rejuvenation of Africa are invited to participate.
High quality submissions on all topics related to ‘Knowledge to Reposition Africa in the Global Economy’ are encouraged. Of particular relevance for the conference will be papers that explore how the application of knowledge management tools and techniques have impacted on development challenges in institutions, communities, civil society or enterprises. Interdisciplinary, applied and theoretical research findings that reflect best practice and lessons learnt relevant to Africa are sought.
KMAfrica2009 is taking place in Dakar, West Africa on the 4th-7th May 2009. Dakar is the capital city of Senegal, located on the Cape Verde Peninsula, on Africa's Atlantic coast. Dakar is a major administrative centre, home to the National Assembly of Senegal and Senegal Presidential Palace.
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