The Walrus Talks Africa's Next Generation In Toronto

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The Walrus Talks Africa's Next Generation In Toronto
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The Walrus' national speaker series is coming back to Toronto!

Spend an evening with The Walrus and The MasterCard Foundation discussing the next generation of African leaders, education access and equality, youth, gender equality, social justice, and more.

Featuring Walrus Talks from:

– AGAZI AFEWERKI, co-founder, Youth Empowering Parents
– JOSHUA DZAKAH, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, University of Toronto
– ALEMAYEHU KONDE KOIRA, senior program manager, Youth Livelihoods, The MasterCard Foundation
– MARIEME LO, associate professor, women and gender studies and African studies at New College, University of Toronto
– CLARE MORNEAU, author of Kakuma Girls and UNHCR Global Youth Ambassador
– SYLVIA MWANGI, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, University of Toronto
– EMMANUEL OCHOLA, medical doctor, clinical epidemiologist and biostatistician
– LEKAN OLAWOYE, program director, Studio Y, MaRS
– NAKI OSUTEI, co-founder, DiverseCity Fellows

Tickets are $20 ($12 for students) and are available at

Isabel Bader Theatre
93 Charles St W., Toronto
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Doors open at 7pm, Walrus Talks at 7:30pm, reception following


What is the Walrus Talks?

The Walrus Talks is a national series of events produced by the charitable, non-profit Walrus Foundation as part of an educational mandate to provide forums for conversations on matters vital to Canadians.

Each event offers lively, thoughtful, inspiring, riveting, smart, new thinking from scientists, writers, performers, scholars, and leaders of business and the arts.

The Walrus Foundation produces The Walrus magazine, the most awarded publication in Canada, as well as producing content at, on Walrus TV, and on stages from coast to coast to coast.
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