UB’s contribution to Botswana Constitution review

University of Botswana. PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG
University of Botswana. PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG

The University of Botswana (UB) through the Department of Law will on April 7 host a colloquium at the UB Conference Centre to deliberate on its contribution to the discussion pertaining to the review of the Constitution of Botswana.

As a premier tertiary institution in Botswana, the UB bears a significant national responsibility to contribute to the discussion pertaining to the review of the Constitution of Botswana.

The need to take part in this exercise also derives from the university’s vision to be a leading centre of academic excellence in Africa and the world, as well as its mission to improve economic and social conditions for Batswana while advancing itself as a distinctively African university with a regional and international outlook.

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