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Eliza Anyangwe

The Nzinga Effect


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Eliza Anyangwe is founder of The Nzinga Effect, a new platform that empowers African women and women of African descent to tell their own stories with their own, strong voices. She began her journalism career in 2009 at The Guardian, which included two years as editor of the Global Development Professionals Network. She has since moved into a freelance writing and commissioning editor role, allowing her to further challenge outdated narratives of African women and the African diaspora through The Nzinga Effect.

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What if we use utopias as a verb?

For IAM Weekend 17 we will go deeper into the meaning of utopias, with imagination and skepticism, understanding how they can evolve beyond contemporary dreams and help us navigate the uncertainty of our times.

The main stage will feature 30+ speakers distributed in 5 sessions (single-track conference format) plus 10+ workshops led by our learning partners developing the key insights from the talks. Our serendipitous agenda will also include several side-events including parties, dinners, screenings, special projects and installations.

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