San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join The Walrus and The MasterCard Foundation in Toronto for a discussion on the next generation of African leaders, education access and equality, youth, gender equality, and social justice.
The evening will feature a line-up of scholars, activists and artists, all with a unique perspective on the topic.
Agazi Afewerki, co-founder, Youth Empowering Parents
Joshua Dzakah, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, University of Toronto
Alemayehu Konde Koira, senior program manager, Youth Livelihoods, The MasterCard Foundation
Clare Morneau, author of Kakuma Girls and UNHCR Global Youth Ambassador
Sylvia Mwangi, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, University of Toronto
Emmanuel Ochola, medical doctor, clinical epidemiologist and biostatistician
Lekan Olawoye, program director, Studio Y, MaRS
Naki Osutei, co-founder, DiverseCity Fellows
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The Walrus Talks is a national series of events produced by the Walrus Foundation. Each event offers thoughtful, inspiring thinking form scholars, writers, performers, scientists, artists, and business leaders.