Summer School 2017 Cape Coast

Venue: University of Cape Coast, Date: 24th July-4th August, 2017 On 24th July, the second international PhD Summer School on Land Use and Mobile Livelihoods was finally starting. It is the second collaboration project between the Centre for Gender Research, Advocacy & Documentation (CEGRAD, UCC) and the Friedensau Adventist University, Germany. Built on the experiences […] Read More

Cape Coast Summer School 2017

BACKGROUND The interplay of land use and mobile livelihoods offers exciting perspectives to new and old forms of maintaining a living. Our specific interest in this summer school lies in populations that are on the move. This includes pastoral communities, migrants and people who have been displaced by development projects, nature or civil strife. One can […] Read More

Public Lecture

AKEZ a registered representative of the International Social Sciences students at the Friedensau Adventist University organized a public lecture on the topic “Women’s social protection needs in outgrower production systems Plantation Agriculture”, presented by Professor Akua Opoku of the University of Cape Coast on 14th December, 2016. We were honored to have the chancellor Mr. […] Read More

Report on Mining Excursion at the Coal Mines

By Daniel Ayitey, ISS student   Introduction On 7th November, 2016 some students and lecturers within the Masters in international social science in Friedensau Adventist University undertook an excursion to the German coal mine as part of a course requirement on resource conflict and resource justice. The aim of this excursion was to enable students […] Read More