Conferences And Talks

This is a list of the Conferences and talks that I have participated in

The Nordic Africa Days, 2018

  • 2018 19th September
  • Location: The Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden

    Claret was among the panellist at the Nordic Africa Days which will take place in Uppsala, Sweden on 19 – 21 September. The Nordic Africa Days 2018 welcomed 260 scholars from more than 40 countries to Uppsala. In the 33 panels, participants discussed perspectives on this year’s theme, African Mobilities – reshaping narratives and practices of circulation and exchange. Read More

    ASA Europe International Summit

  • 2018 10th August
  • Location: G18 Yrjönkatu 18, 00100 Helsinki, Finland

    The overall theme of the Conference is “Diaspora Economic Think Home Initiative”. The conference offered a  platform for ASA-Europe and other participants to discuss the Anambra State Business and Investment opportunities.  The objective of the session is to re-invigorate the economy of South Eastern Nigeria to create business awareness and opportunities in the areas of Developing Health Care systems, Energy Management, Information Technology, Cottage Industries, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Power, Oil & Gas, Transport, fashion, Music and Film Industry and encourage foreign investors to take advantage of diverse investment opportunities in Igbo land to create job opportunities and wealth for Ndigbo.

    ASA Europe Round Table Discussion, 2019

  • 2019 30th August
  • Location: Kobenhavns Mission, Stobycenter Bethesda, Rømersgade 17, 1362 Køberhavn K, Denmark

    The mission of ASA Europe conference is to create an empowered Anambra Diaspora as change agents for the development of Anambra State in particular and Nigerian in general. The Conference is aimed at establishing a match-making platform to contribute to an environment for the Anambra Diaspora to maximize its potential capital, knowledge and networks for the development of Anambra State.

    African Student Convention Kuching Sarawak 2005

  • 2005 8th January
  • Location: INTI University College, Kuching, Sarawak

    The chairman of Codewit Global network, Mr Anthony Claret Onwutalobi (left) and the Deputy Chief Minister of Sarawak, George Chan (right) during the opening ceremony of the first African Convention (involving 15 African countries) held by the African Students Association of INTI College Sarawak at Mary’ek hall, Kuching, SarawakMalaysia in 2005