Reflecting the ASAUK’s commitment to collaboration with African colleagues, many of our members have contributed to policy debates in the UK and beyond. Follow the links below to access the most important documents.
The President of the African Studies Association of the UK has written to SOAS to express grave concerns about proposed cuts to SOAS library: Download
2018: ASA and ASAUK endorse statement of principles for the sale of rights in African territories for non-African scholarly publishers Download
2018: Ambreena Manji and Peter Mandler, Parliamentary Scrutiny of Aid Spending: The Case of the Global Challenges Research Fund Download
2011: Foundations for the future: Supporting the early careers of African researchers Download
2009: The Nairobi Report Download