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Startstone through its subsidiary UNICON CONGO continues to develop the construction of the large project on DSN university in Kintele (Brazzaville). There are currently more than 1,000 workers mobilised on the project as well as a great building infrastructure equipped with the most cutting-edge technological and technical resources. With the aim of attaining the opening target agreed with the Congolese government work is progressing at full speed.
Kiddus I, Cedric Myton, Kush McAnuff and other members of the Inna De Yard Allstars talking about their interesting life and career at the Reggae Univesity at Rototom Sunsplash 2017 Subscribe to our channel for more great videos: https://tinyurl.com/yalwbh7t
(February 27, 2010) Martin Lewis, Stanford Senior Lecturer in International History, discusses the tumultuous history of conflict and society in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Continuing Studies: http://csp.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe There aren't any windows, doors, lights or water facilities in Libenge's university, but hundreds of students still come to learn psychology, philosophy and maths. Located in northern DR Congo, construction of the mammoth structure began in 1977 under the leadership of dictator Mobutu Sese Seko. After the war in the DRC began in 1996, work ground to a halt. It never resumed. Al Jazeera's Sorin Furcoi and Azad Essa wandered into the extraordinary building, deep inside the bush outside Libenge in the DRC's Equateur province. Here's what they saw. Follow our DRC coverage: http://bit.ly/1K16kAs At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening ...
The UN is directing blame towards government leaders in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for political tensions, which led to riots and deaths in the capital Kinshasa. Opponents of President Joseph Kabila believe he is laying the groundwork to delay elections due later this year to try and remain in power beyond his two-term mandate. On a continent where leaders are known for changing laws and constitutions to stay in power, does the world have the will to pull DRC back from the brink? Presenter: Hazem Sika Guests: Scott Campbell - Africa section chief, UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Jason Stearns - Director - Congo Research Group, New York University - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglis...
Check out more at www.clarku.edu/socialmedia! Naama Haviv '00, M.A. '06, assistant director of the Los Angeles based anti-Genocide group Jewish World Watch, visited Clark's Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies to give the Center's annual Especially for Students lecture. Her topic was "On the Ground in Congo: Action to End the World's Deadliest Conflict." Haviv is an A.B.D. candidate in the Center's Holocaust History Ph.D. program.
Presentation About our upcoming Nonprofit "Hippocrates University & Hospital" in Kinshasa, Congo, Africa Click here to view or download the presentation : https://docs.google.com/a/wishcare.org/presentation/d/1NQrp4MvuDwtmc3FhSqcKntn9R2Ty-47IrUWbaNvfj9o/edit?usp=drivesdk For more information, kindly visit www.wishcare.org
Congo week 2015: University of East London and the children of Congo Foundation are Breaking the Silence. Congolese Women in the Diaspora participation in the peace process. Challenges and opportunities. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dr-congo-peace-process-women-discussion-tickets-17653116948?aff=es2
People have been stirred to compassion at the bloodshed in the Congo. Time Magazine called it, THE WORLD DEADLIEST WAR. 4 MILLION KILLED, ECONOMY HALTED, SCHOOLS DISMANTLED! We have a humanitarian imperative to assist distresssed Congolese people and bring the youth back to the classroom again. VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.auk-congo.edu ACT TODAY, DONATE WHAT YOU CAN: $15, $25, $50, $100, $200, $250, $500, $1000 or More.
President Barack Obama delivered a speech in South Africa at the University of Cape Town on June 30th, 2013. In his speech, he mentioned the Congo a few times to remind South Africans the importance of bringing about peace in Congo. Sadly, his words should not be a celebration of possible action on the part of the US for peace in the Congo. This should motivate all justice seekers for peace in the Congo to press on the US government to stop supporting dictators in Rwanda and Uganda rather than continuing to give us lip service while mismanaging our tax money by providing military support to war criminals in Rwanda and Uganda.
Ryan is heading back over to Congo soon and would love your help! https://www.wepay.com/x7j6l9 This is a clip of when Ryan Hupfer is announced and given a certificate for teaching during the student's graduation ceremony at the Ubangi Protestant University in Congo. Ryan had a lot of fun with the students and built some really awesome relationships with many of them while he was there. He can't wait to go back!
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Lecture by Adam Hochschild, University of California, Berkeley March 16, 2014 Getty Center Journalist, historian, and author of "King Leopold's Ghost" Adam Hochschild (UC Berkeley) traces the history of the Congo as it emerges from photographs, cartoons, posters, and documents. He details the 19th-century colonial exploration and exploitation of the Congo under the infamous King Leopold II of Belgium and discusses the repercussions of his regime. For more about this event, visit the Getty Research Institute's website: http://www.getty.edu/research/exhibitions_events/events/connecting_seas/index.html This lecture series complements the exhibition "Connecting Seas: A Visual History of Discoveries and Encounters," on view in the Getty Research Institute galleries from December 7, 2013, to...