Ghana 2018

13 - 19 May

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Ghana 2018

13 - 19 May

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Faculty will be added below as they are confirmed.


Adamu Sadat Bole

Adamu is an assistant lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Ghana.

He is a historian with interest in Intellectual and Cultural History as well as History of Science, Medicine and Technology (HSMT).  He graduated with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in History/Information Studies from the University of Ghana on 21st July, 2012 with First Class Honors.  In June, 2014 he received a Government of India Scholarship under the African Scholarship Scheme called Indian Council for Cultural Relation (ICCR) to pursue a 2-year Master of Arts program in Historical Studies at The University of Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Indian. He graduated in April, 2016 with First class Honors.

His research thesis was titled: Mahatma Gandhi: South Africa's Gift to India, 1893-1914.  The research focused on how Gandhi became a 'Mahatma", the birth of Satyagraha and Gandhi's Philosophical ideas. His on-going research is titled: 'Settled Migrants: Indians in Ghana.


Fernando H. Ferrara

Fernando founded Mesa de Paz, a network of 16 NGO’s in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, working to create a more peaceful culture through nonviolent social change. This organization now has a youth activist network working on a variety of projects, such as: Nacidos para Triunfar (working with 22 gangs to bring them into nonviolence and social commitments); Cruzada Cabal (150 volunteers educating youth to bring them out of alcohol and drug dependence); Arte Urbano (supporting urban art, performing art, music and painting in high risk communities); and Despierta (a peace newsletter for youth). Fernando has worked as General Manager of Industrias Ferrara, Manager of Fabrica de Papel Monterrey and Empaques de Carton Hercules, Manager of Artes Graficas Integradas, CEO of Grupo CHRISTUS Muguerza, and CEO of Hexagonos Mexicanos. Fernando traveled to India to study the philosophy of Gandhi at the Institute of Gandhian Studies for a year in the city of Wardha (Servagram) Mahajarashtra. That same year (1994) he was named a lifetime member of the Gandhi Peace Foundation in Cochin, Kerala, India.


Lawson Awudi Gadri

Lawson has a diploma with Cambridge International College Britain (Human Resource Management) 2010.

He also completed Gandhian Nonviolence Theory and Application held at Gujarat Vidyapith, organized by Department of Gandhian Philosophy.

An article about Lawson was published in The Times Of India titled Bapu power to bust sex slavery in West Africa

He specialized in Nonviolence and Social Change as well as agriculture in Gandhian perspective.


M.P. Mathai

Mathai is a Professor at Gujarat Vidyapith, the university founded by Gandhi in Ahmedabad, India. He is former Dean of Gandhi Research Foundation and former Professor and Director at the School of Gandhian Thought and Development Studies, M.G. University, Kerala, India. He is author of Gandhi’s Worldview and an editor of Gandhi Marg. Mathai is a well-known speaker in the East and the West, and he recently spoke at the signing of a peace pledge between some 400 members of rival gangs in Monterrey, Mexico.




Senyo Kudzo Adeti

Senyo Kudzo Adeti is a social/charity worker with past experience from Emefa Help Ghana and Trokosi Abolish Fellowship International Ghana. Currently holds a (Diploma in Gandhian Nonviolence theory and Application) from the Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad. India. An institution established by Mahatma Gandhi Himself. I believing firmly that Gandhi’s message of Truth, Love and Nonviolence (Ahimsa) is still relevant today. Or even more relevant than ever before, considering the high level of Poverty/Inequality we are facing especially in Africa, and the increase of different forms of violence in both personal and public life. The ethic of nonviolence, as practiced and cultivated by Mahatma Gandhi, live on, regardless of national or political boundaries. By this firm believe and a seeker of truth I find it more ideal to propagate the ideas of the “MAHATMA’’ to Africa and the World.