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Ujamaa: from 1960s Tanzania to 21st century Europe

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Selma James will be presenting on her latest contribution to Ralph Ibbott’s Ujamaa: the hidden story of Tanzania’s socialist villages. Selma provides a provocative interpretation of Julius Nyerere’s political project and the insight it lends on contemporary global issues. Selma has authored many books across her career, including The Power of Women and the Subversion of the Community.

For more information on Ralph Ibbott’s book: http://globalwomenstrike.net/content/new-book-ujamaa-%E2%80%93-hidden-story-tanzania%E2%80%99s-socialist-villages

This talk is part of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights Events series.

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