Africa Day! A celebration of the ongoing Wales-Africa work

25 May 2017
11.30 - 15.00

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Organiser: Hub Cymru Africa

Location: Cardiff

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Come and celebrate Africa Day with us at the Senedd in Cardiff. We will be hearing from the First Minister, Carwyn Jones and showcasing some of the grant funded projects we have been supporting.

The event is sponsored by John Griffiths AM.

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Agenda

11.30     Stalls set up and ready, tea and coffee available

11.50     Welcome from Cat Jones, Head of Partnership, Hub Cymru Africa

12.00     Carwyn Jones, AM, First Minister

12.15     Selina Moyo, Sub Sahara Advisory Panel

12.20    Speeches from AMs as they become available:

  • Nick Ramsey AM (Conservative)
  • Caroline Jones AM (UKIP)
  • John Griffiths AM (Labour)
  • Steffan Lewis AM (Plaid Cymru)

12.35   Zim Voices Choir to perform

13.00   Lunch, browsing and networking until 3pm

Food and refreshments will be provided

Address:
The Sennedd
Cardiff
CF10 4PB

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