What started in 2013 as an idea for a documentary on engaged people in the research area (Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, CAR, Congo DRC, Mali and Uganda) of the Connecting in Times of Duress team (Leiden University), grew to a fully independent project “Voice4Thought”. This project was launched on November 27, 2014 and resulted in the founding of the Voice4Thought Foundation on April 29, 2016.
All donations made and money raised for the Voice4Thought Foundation will go directly into building and maintaining access and further development of alternative knowledge which will be disseminated to the public through movie nights, debates, the website and our yearly festival.
Bank account NL04 RABO 0309995590
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Eefje Gilbert is a research master student in African Studies at Leiden University. For her Master’s thesis she takes a look at networks of (dis)connection surrounding the new deepsea harbour in Kribi, Cameroon. For this research project she spent four months in Cameroon during the rainy season 2013 and the two following months interviewing Dutch stakeholders and researchers in The Netherlands.