The annual ASAZ Kick-Off Event takes place to further enable partnership with ASAZ and to provide the means for more opportunities for our members.
Please do join us on Match 24 2022 from 17:00 to 22:00 at StuZ (CAB F21), Universitätsstrasse 6, 8006 Zürich.
We kindly invite You to register as a participant using this link.
At this storytelling event, co-organised by the African Students Association of Zurich (ASAZ), ETH for Development (ETH4D) and the Student Project House for this year’s Sustainability Week Zurich, you will meet African students and researchers working for global sustainable development in a wide range of fields – from electrification to sustainable infrastructure to food production and more.
We are kindly delighted to be able to listen to Churchill Agutu, Rebecca Enesi, Jackie R. Ndem, Kingdom Fungai Karuwo, and Samira Cabdulle.
As announced in the newsletter we are going to have our first get-together on the 25.02.2022 this year. We are going to have some raclette and in addition an Extraordinary General Assembly will be held regarding changes of membership fees payment options.
We are happy to inform you that our first edition of the African Culture Day will be held on Thursday, 30th of September at ETH HG E3 and the Alumni Pavillon (+ via Zoom). Join us to learn more about the continent, get to see more of its cultures, and celebrate with us our diversity.
To register for the workshops, please use the QR code or the link below:
Please note that for in-person attendance of the workshops as well as the apéro a COVID certificate is mandatory.
Opening the horizon to any partnership for ASAZ and more opportunities for our members, once again the ASAZ Kick-off event take place: April 8th 2021 at 5PM CET on Zoom.
With the collaboration of ETH4D we have been participating in the Sustainability Week on March 12th 2021. On that day we had the opportunity to hear inspiring stories from African professionals who are working towards a Sustainable African continent. Through their projects and experience we have had a spectrum of what is being done in different professional fields.
For more information on Sustainability Week : www.sustainabilityweek.ch
Do you want to have a fun night? Join our online event "ASAZ Quiz Night" on Friday 26 February at 6pm
Please register using the following form to receive your zoom link
Feel free to invite your friends and see how much they know about Africa!
We are looking forward to seeing you all!
The event is a half-day colloquium of short presentations from students and scientists. It is an opportunity for students and researchers to present their research projects and showcase their impact in and around Africa.
Date: 03 December 2020
Time: 17:00 - 20:30
Meeting ID: 922 5275 9744
Hello all, we missed seeing you in person. Join us for our yearly barbecue, we the board will provide some refreshments. Please indicate what you will bring, to ensure we have a short overview. If you want to bring more feel refreshments free to do so. Looking forward to seeing you all.
Date: 26 July 2020
Time: 14:00 - 19:00
Place: Bachstrasse 10, 8038 Zürich
In order to stay connected during this hard times, we will start some zoom meetings where we can virtually meet, talk and check up on each other until we can meet in groups again.
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Zoom Id : 870 749 616
Dear members and friends you are all welcome to join our Zoom Round Table Wednesday, May 20th at 5pm (Zurich time) under the title “Africa in time of a pandemic: How are people coping with the Covid-19 crises?” Our speakers, who were involved alot lately with people in different areas of Africa for the nature of their work or voluntary involvement with associations and movements during the pandemic, will present their stories, data and analysis of the situation to help start the discussion with all the participants. In this session, we will discuss how people are reacting during this crisis, fake news, social and economic issues and a lot more.Join us to enrich the discussion with your own experience and view points.
Time: 17:00 - 19:00
Please register on the following link to get access to the meeting : https://forms.gle/wVgyfQ1Pn5UdVk5b9
Date is to be announced
Come enjoy an African movie, while at the same time catching up with ASAZ members!
Time: 19:00 - 23:00
Place: ETH Hönggerberg; Vladimir-Prelog-Weg 4, 8093 ZÜrich
Room: HCI G443
Present the Agenda for the year and a networking opportunity
Time: 18:00 - 21:30
Place: ETH HG G60
The opportunity to wrap up the year by ASAZ members meeting and setting the Agenda for the next year
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Place: Universitätstrasse 2, 8092. LFW Room B59
The event is a half-day colloquium of short presentations from ETHZ and UZH students and scientists. It is an opportunity for students and researchers to present their research projects and showcase their impact in Africa
Time: starts at 13:30 - 18:00
Place: ETH Main Building. Room: HG E 3
Find the Program Below
Date: 12.10.19 - Afrobeats Explosion 2 Years Anniversary with DJ Merco, DJ Calabash SOundsytem, DJ Black Square The Sounds of Today
Time: Meet at the Maasai Bar at 20:00 before heading to the event at Moods starting at 23:00
Place: Moods Club Zürich
Note: A student discount is offered both at the Maasai Bar and at the Moods club (Entrance is CHF17.80, instead of CHF 20)
Date: 12.09.19 - Only Concert in Switzerland
Time: starts at 20:00
Place: Kaufleuten Zürich
Note: A student discount is offered.ASAZ members get a discount of CHF 20, so they would pay CHF 55 instead of CHF 75 (standing tickets) Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full names. If you will come as a group (2 or more), only one person should send the e-mail.
More info on our facebook event page:
Singers Website info: https://allblues.ch/Youssou-NDour-517/2345
ASAZ Barbecue 2018 edition
ASAZ 1st Football Championship
Teams to be confirmed
For further information, please contact Gnanli: HERE
1st ASAZ Reading Groug
Reading together chapter one of the original PhD dissertation by Frantz Fanon (1925-1961). Fanon was born in the French colony of Martinique. He was a psychiatrist and a philosopher, whose works are influential in the fields of post-colonial studies and critical theory.
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks. Translated by Charles Lam Markmann. New York: Grove Press, 1967. Originally published by Editions du Seuil in 1952 as Peau Noire, Masques Blanc.
Please join us! For any inquiry, please contact Samia: HERE
1st ASAZ Get-Together
ASAZ Members, African students and alumni of the ETHZ and UZH were warmely invited to bring African food, drinks, and songs that are typical in their country of origin.
Foundation of the African Students Association of Zurich (ASAZ), appointment of the Executive Board and the Control Body, registrations of the first ASAZ Members.
Open discussion about possible objectives and interests of founding an African Students Association of Zürich.