The Tshepo Institute for the Study of Contemporary Africa is a Wilfrid Laurier University Research Centre, which began at the Brantford, Ontario campus but is now also active at the Waterloo campus. The Institute is made up of 20 fellows spanning disciplines, departments, and universities. Together, as a collective research institute, they host events, speakers, panel discussions, and share their individual work with the community. Through these initiatives, students and community members have opportunities to get involved, engage, and deepen their understanding of issues affecting and relevant to African countries.

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