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HOW FREE IS FREE? REFLECTIONS ON FREEDOM OF CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN AFRICA

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Twenty-five Authors, Fourteen Countries in One Original Compilation

The e-book was produced as part of the Artwatch Africa project that aims to defend freedom of creative expression on the continent, and who better than the artists themselves to share their creative environment, their questions and their experiences.

How Free is Free? Reflections on Freedom of Creative Expression in Africa is above all a meditation on the artistic health of the continent, as lived and examined from twenty-five diverse, artistic viewpoints. This publication is a first for Arterial Network and it will be used as a tool to promote advocacy for freedom of expression and creative arts in Africa.

The Authors
Aisha Dème (Senegal)
Albie Sachs (South Africa)
Ayoko Mensah (Togo/ France)
Azad Essa (South Africa)
Boubacar Boris Diop (Senegal)
Chenjerai Hove (Zimbabwe)
Edgar Sekloka (Cameroon/ France)
Elana Bregin (South Africa)
Ellen BandaAaku (Zambia)
Gaël Faye (Rwanda/ France)
Hamadou Mande (Burkina Faso)
Jane Duncan (South Africa)
Jesmael Mataga (Zimbabwe)
Koleka Putuma (South Africa)
Lauren Beukes (South Africa)
Michèle Rakotoson (Madagascar)
Dr. Mohamed Abusabib (Sudan)
Prof. Patrick J Ebewo (South Africa)
Phiona Okumu (Uganda/ UK)
Raimi Gbadamosi (Nigeria/ UK)
Saad Elkersh (Egypt)
Sade Adeniran (Nigeria)
Sami Tchak (Togo)
Sylvia Vollenhoven (South Africa)
Yewande Omotoso (Barbados/ Nigeria)