Global Knowledge Exchange Network (GKEN) was established in 2011 with the aim of facilitating a sustainable exchange of knowledge for African and friends of Africa researchers, academics, practitioners and students coming from different disciplinary backgrounds in order to exchange and share their knowledge and experiences and form active and productive networks.
GKEN is now legally registered in the UK as a non-for-profit organisation.
Simply put our mission is to connect people with information, information with knowledge and knowledge with information.
In addition to organizing multi-disciplinary conferences series, GKEN also has a number of plans to translate its objectives into reality, these are:
Since launching in 2011 GKEN has organised 7 International Multidisciplinary Conferences in the UK and Ethiopia.