The CSP is a not-for-profit academic organisation. Funders and agencies are invited to partner with the society to implement her programmes. For funding or partnership inquiry, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Distinguished Academic Lecture Series (DALS): The Conversational School of Philosophy organise distinguished lectures twice every year in different universities in Africa. These lectures are presented by scholars who have produced original ideas in their research. The focus on such research publications must be Africa in any area of African studies. DALS is a lecture series reserved for those who have produced original ideas in the broad field of African studies or those who have made significant accomplishment in an African society through creative genius.
Biennial International Conference on Emerging Ideas on Conversational Thinking (EICT): Once every two years, usually during the last quarter of each year, the CSP will organize an open congress where the members, intending members, young scholars and postgraduate students converge in a scholarly conference to present papers on new research and ideas that have emerged in Conversational Thinking across the disciplines of the humnaities. The papers presented in the conference are reviewed and published thereafter as the proceeding of the biennial meeting. Sponsors and partners are especially solicited.
Monthly Scholarly Gathering (MSG): The MSG is another academic activity of the Conversational School of Philosophy. This provides a forum once every month for members to converge and listen to a presentation by a member or discuss a specifically chosen theme that focuses on Africa. Each member is allowed time to read out a five-hundred-word submission at the end of which a moderated conversation will ensue amongst members on each other’s thoughts. This is mainly a platform to examine social institutions. The discussions from the MSGs are gathered and published as the bulletin of The CSP once every six months. Sponsors are welcome.
Africa’s Intellectual History Day (AIHD): AIHD is a regular event that marks special days in Africa’s intellectual history. Such important days like Martin Luther King Jr., Bob Marley, W.E. Du Bios, Malcom X, 21 March – Human Rights Day, 27 April – Freedom day, 21 October – Africa Human Rights Day, World Philosophy Day, every 3rd Thursday of November. Heritage Day, 05 June – World Environment Day, 16 June – Youth Day, 09 August – Women’s Day etc. The celebration of this days will focus on African personalities and on Africa’s contributions to civilization.
Reading Meetings: The CSP also organizes reading and discussion meetings for its members. This event aimed at keeping members updated with new ideas and knowledges is hosted and moderated on the society’s social media platform. The format is that a reading material is shared at the beginning of the week and discussed at the end of the same week.