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Day of Madagascar Talks & Festivities, Saturday 27th October (daytime)

Our biggest event of the year is here again! At this Saturday daytime Madagascar meeting we have several inspiring talks lined up for you...

We are delighted to announce that the recently appointed Ambassador of Madagascar to the UK, Andry Bretino Raharinomena, will be in attendance to introduce himself and present his ambitions and priorities in his new role.

Malagasy Chevening scholar Mino Koloina Rakotolehibe, currently studying Computer Programming at Derby, will speak about the use of apps and mobile technology for education in Madagascar.

Tsiori Rakotondratsito, who is also a Chevening scholar will talk on the pros and cons of cultural tourism, namely the viability of tourists attending famadihana (boneturning/exhumation) ceremonies in Madagascar, which is the topic of her dissertation in her International Tourism Management studies at Edinburgh Napier University.

Daniella Rabino will share some highlights of her PhD research conducted with rural youth in Madagascar's southeast corridor. Young people in a Tanala-Betsileo village worked alongside her to unpack shifting relationships with their ecological worlds. She will address the question of what open listening does to our understanding of learning and knowing, in the creation of more sustainable communities, particularly for Madagascar's rural youth.

Last but not least, Mirado Rakotoharimalala will speak on his field of expertise, namely looking at how to develop the Malagasy community through the medium of football. Mirado currently studies at Birkbeck in London.

The ticket price for this daytime event includes a free bar and delicious Malagasy buffet lunch. There will be plenty of opportunities to chat with the speakers and mingle with others to chat about Madagascar between the lectures and over lunch. TIME: Doors open at 10:30 for an 11:00 start. We expect to wrap up by around 17:00. VENUE: Access to the Upper Vestry Hall is at the back of St George's Bloomsbury in Little Russell Street. It is near Tottenham Court Road and Holborn underground stations.

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