11 July 2023 - 11 July 2023
12:00PM - 1:00PM
Dowrick Suite at Trevelyan College.
A new date has been confirmed for the 1 July 2023, 12.00-13.00. If you have previously registered for this lecture you do not need to re-register.
The Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies and Trevelyan College host the 2023 Sir William Luce Fellow Dr Azza Mustafa Mohamed Ahmed who will deliver a free public lecture on the current political situation in Sudan.
Dr Azza Mustafa Mohamed Ahmed
In the context of the continuing revolution in Sudan the lecture will provide a timely consideration of the country’s traditional political movements and their responses to the challenges of modern liberal discourses emerging from youth movements and civil society organizations and to those social and political movements now active in the marginalised peripheries of the country.
The subject of the lecture may change, in response to ongoing events.
Dr Azza Ahmed’s lecture will take place on Tuesday 11 July 2023 at 12.00 the lecture will be live-streamed on Zoom: if you wish to attend online please register here. If you have previously registered for this lecture you do not need to re-register.
In due course this lecture will be published as a Sir William Luce Paper in the university's Middle East Papers series and made available here.
Dr Azza M. Ahmed is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at the University of Medical Science and Technology in Khartoum. She teaches courses on gender and international relations, non-governmental organizations and public policy, and on social research methods. She is also a member of and advisor for several civil society organizations, focussing on youth and gender perspectives, and is a democratic transformation consultant for Life & Peace Institute, the EU, and various NGOs. She has worked for many years as a national expert on democracy, human rights, and good governance and on political parties in Sudan.
For details of the annual Sir William Luce Fellowship programme please see here.