Welcome to our photo gallary section, here you will find interesting photos from various events and activities we have undertaken.
CIR PAST ACTIVITIES
President Kufour, guest speaker at the 2nd Peggy Appiah Prize Ceremony with the History Dept. of KNUST
Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka with President when Soyinka came to launch Between Faith and History,2007
Ivor with Ayebia Clarke at the launch of Diplomatic Pounds by Ama Ata Aidoo
From left: Henry Louis Gates Jnr. , Ivor Agyeman-Duah and the Ghanaian folk musician Agya Koo Nimo during the production of PBS/BBC Wonders of The African World in 1998.
Ivor with VC of Oxford University
Kofi Annan with Ivor Agyeman-Duah
At the Exeter College, when Agyeman-Duah received the Distinguished friend of Oxford Award.
President at the Launch of Pilgrims of the Night with Publisher Ayebea Clarke and Rector of Exeter College, Frances Cairn Cross.
With Chinua Achebe at Havard University College.
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Osei Agyei with Prof Abena Dolphine, Prof Adu Boahen, Kwaku Sakyi Addo, at the public Affairs Dept of US Embassy in Accra, after premiering of Yaa Asantewaa; Heroism of an African Queen, 1999.
Ama Ata Aidoo with Ivor Agyeman-Duah at Shangrila Hotel after her return from Brown University, 1999.
Soyinka Lanching book 'Between Faith and History' in 2007
The Deputy British High Commissioner to Ghana helped launched Bu Me Be: Proverbs of the Akan at the British Council Hall, Accra.
Prof. J.H. Kwabena Nketia former President of the Ghana Academy of Arts & Sciences speaking at the launch of Bu me B3. Looking on Ama Ata Aidoo, Prof. S.K.B. Asante, Peggy Appiah.
Audience at Launch of Bu Me B3, 2001
Ama Ata Aidoo Launches Bu Me B3 at the British Council Auditorium in 2001. Next to her, Prof. Nana S.K.B. Asante former President of the Ghana Academy of Arts & Sciences and Paramount Chief of Asokore Mampong.
Audience at Launch of Between Faith and History in 2007
National Symphony Ochestra Playing at book launch, 2007.
Atukwei Okai Executive Secretary of Pan African Writers Association (PAWA) present a copy of Bu me Be to a lady, 2001, Accra.
The Late Peggy Appiah at a CIR Lecture at the British Council, Kumasi, 1997
Prof. Abena P. A. Busia speaking to the media after launch of Yaa Asantewaa: Heroism of an African Queen at the Cultural Centre, Kumasi, 1997.
Inauguration of the CIR in Kumasi at the City Hotel, now Golden Tulip by Prof. Kwame Anthony Appiah, 1997.
Oheneba Adusei-Poku (Standing), with Prof J.H. Kwabena Nketia and Dr. Addo Kuffour at the launch of Yaa Asantewaa; Heroism of an African Queen in kumasi 1997.
Prof. Kwame Anthony Appiah at a CIR and US Embassy event in Accra, 1998.
Dr. Kwame Addo Kufuor of the Ghana Medical Association speaking at the inauguration, 1997.
Part of an audience at a CIR lecture at the British Council, Kumasi, 1998.