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30th April 2018
Would you like to play an important part in this year’s Africa Day celebrations? We are looking for energetic and enthusiastic volunteers for the Africa Day 2018 Dublin Flagship event taking place Farmleigh Estate, the Phoenix Park on Sunday, 27th May. What’s involved? Volunteer roles for Africa Day typically include: Providing information to event visitors, including distribution of programmes and… Read More
26th April 2018
We are delighted to introduce one of our Africa Day 2018 Champions. Meet Ola Majekodunmi! Ola is 21 years old. She was born in Lagos, Nigeria and moved to Ireland with her parents when she was just 7 months old. She has lived in Dublin her whole life. Ola found a passion for the Irish language at an early age… Read More
24th April 2018
The connection between Ireland and Africa reaches far beyond Dublin and we are excited to announce details of regional celebrations taking place across the country for Africa Day 2018. In Cork, this year’s celebrations will be launched by the Lord Mayor in Millennium Hall on Thursday, 24th May to be followed by a seminar; “African Migration: Motive, Challenges, Opportunities”. This… Read More
24th April 2018
Are you still thinking of participating in this year’s Africa Day Dublin Flagship event? Don’t forget, the deadline for receipt of applications is Thursday, 26th April at 5pm for the following categories: Performers Community groups NGOs Traders As there is a limited amount of space available for groups and individuals wishing to participate, it will not be possible to consider… Read More
23rd April 2018
With preparations well underway for this year’s Africa Day Dublin flagship event, now is as good a time as ever to introduce a little bit of background information on the celebration to those who might not be familiar with it. Africa Day is the annual commemoration of the foundation of the African Union which took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia… Read More
13th April 2018
We are delighted to announce that Irish Aid’s Africa Day 2018 Flagship Event will return to Farmleigh Estate, Phoenix Park on Sunday 27th May. The festivities will take place from 11am until 6pm and planning for the day is now underway. Get Involved in Africa Day 2018 Want to get involved in Africa Day 2018? We are looking for Community Groups, NGOs, Traders, Performers and Volunteers to… Read More
4th July 2017
We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who came along to celebrate Africa Day 2017 with us on Sunday, 21st May in Dublin. We hope you enjoyed the sights and sounds as much as we did! The festival was one of our best yet with our highest ever number of participants. Relive some the magic of the big day and check… Read More
30th May 2017
We’re still revelling in the excitement of Africa Day’s 2017 flagship Dublin event – it was one of our best yet! This year saw our highest ever number of participants with live music across three stages, a dance zone, a kids’ zone and African Bazaar. You can relive the magic from the big day by checking out our selection of… Read More
19th May 2017
Meet Timi Martins, one of our Africa Day 2017 champions. Timi is a Nigerian born resident of Ireland who has been one of Africa Day’s key supporters for a number of years. As in previous years, he has curated and will manage the Atilogwu stage during the Dublin flagship event, and he will also perform as ‘Tim Dogg’. Timi is… Read More
19th May 2017
With Africa Day’s flagship Dublin event just around the corner, we are delighted to announce the full line-up for the Atilogwu Stage! As always, stage coordinator, Timi ‘Tim Dogg’ Martins of Goodlife Promotions, promises another incredible serving of rap, hip-hop and R’n’B from a selection of African, Irish and international artists. Check out the line-up below. AKIMM Akimm is an Irish/Nigerian… Read More