President Kabila campaigned under the slogan "for a united Congo". However, the country now stands divided into two camps, between those who believe his re-election to be legitimate and those who don’t.
How then can the people of Congo build a more stable and effective democracy?
Can long-lasting solutions to the many challenges facing the country be found?
What can domestic and international actors do?
These questions will be discussed by a group of experts convened by the Royal African Society and the Oxford Central Africa Forum.
14 February, 16:00 to 19:30
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), Lecture Theatre G2, Russell Square Campus, London