Association of African Historians
Association des historiens africains (AHA)
1972-09 Dakar Senegal
Sep 1972, Dakar (Senegal), as an internal commission of A-XA1582 - International Committee of Historical Sciences (ICHS). Current constitution adopted, 24 May 2007, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia).
Contribute to the development of historical research in Africa; spread knowledge of African history, especially in literature and the promotion of regional and continental history; provide a platform for researchers and history educators, in both primary and secondary education.
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Congress (every 3 years). Executive Committee (meets annually), comprising President, Vice-President and 6 members representing Sub-Regions or titular Sector. Executive Secretariat, headed by Executive Secretary. Scientific Committee. Sub-Regions include: South Africa; Central Africa; East Africa; North Africa; West Africa; Overseas Chapter.
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