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Lessons Learned from the African Culture: Global Impact?

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Gertjan van Stam

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Lessons Learned from the African Culture: Global Impact?
African Traditions
Ubuntu: "I am because We are"

Orality: strength in verbal expression

Relatio: economy of giving, market of settling

Dominatio: "No future without forgiveness"
African Context
Diversity: "Africa is not a Country"

Change: Closed, Arrested or Open

Dominated: Growing Inequalities

Constrained: "The Wretched of the Earth"


Global Opportunities
Relationships: Doing Local, Being Global

Education: Transdiciplinar Models

Infrastructure: Respectful Implementation

Social Justice: Stories of Local Talent
Opportunities for 'the Rest' and 'the West'
Community Development

Workforce Development

Thought Leadership
Lessons Learned
and to Learn
Global Impact
Gerard van Oortmerssen
gerard.vanoortmerssen@gmail.com

Gertjan van Stam
gertjan.vanstam@worksgroup.org

A society of Character achieved
through Perseverance
Values
Ethics
Considerate Growth
Longitudinal Research
Augment Conventional Thinking
Local Relevance
Questioning
Hegemonic Believes/Truths
Inequalities
When we Learn and Understand Our Cultures
and Bridge towards
- common vision
- common action
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