About Us

AfREC produces research, teaching, training and other collaborations with partners to address sustainable development challenges and responsibilities and to strengthen wider Australia-Africa relations. The Centre drives innovative and ethical collaborations between Australia and Africa – a dynamic and diverse continent of 55 countries and 1.3 billion people – and draws upon the important knowledge, ideas and experiences of growing African-Australian communities.

1/5
Please reload

Upcoming Events

RESEARCH

We are leaders in developing ethical Africa-focused research

ENGAGEMENT

See how we have been engaging members of our community

TRAINING

Equip yourself with the essential skills to thrive in your field

DISCUSSION

Join in the discussion with the latest AfricaNarratives

The AfREC logo, which is shared with the UWA African Students’ Union (ASU), was designed by Abdi Hassan, a UWA Juris Doctor student and AfREC Member. Abdi’s interests include legal history, critical socio-legal theories, pre-colonialism and colonialism in Africa, migration, international human rights law, and displacement in times of conflict. According to Abdi, the purpose of the AfREC emblem is to highlight the vibrancy of the peoples, cultures, and histories of the African continent. This arrangement of multi-coloured polygons takes inspiration from the continued movement of peoples and traditions across the continent. It is both a statement of diversity and individuality.

UWA Africa Research & Engagement Centre

Office 112 Arts Building

afrec@uwa.edu.au

The University of Western Australia

35 Stirling Highway
Crawley WA 6009
Australia

 CRICOS 00126G

© UWA AfREC 2018.

For corrections contact the web coordinator via afrec@uwa.edu.au

Indigenous commitment

The University of Western Australia acknowledges that its campus is situated on Noongar land, and that Noongar people remain the spiritual and cultural custodians of their land, and continue to practise their values, languages, beliefs and knowledge.