The way the world sees Africa and how Africa sees itself has changed dramatically – in the words of Burna Boy, we are finally ‘in the house’, says Moky Makura.
80-90% of sub-Saharan Africa’s cultural heritage is held outside Africa. Only when it is returned will we be able revisit and re-engage with important aspects of our history and culture, says Onyekachi Wambu
The Museum of British Colonialism is a joint UK-Kenyan project created to communicate a more truthful account of colonialism. Gabriel Moshenska explains its foundation and purpose
UK museums need to tell the whole story of how looted African objects arrived in the UK and develop an equitable dialogue with their rightful owners, says Janice Cheddie
Artefacts stolen by the British after the battle of Maqdala have spiritual and cultural value for the people of Ethiopia, says Lidya Bekele
SOAS Library must assess the possibility of returning valuable manuscripts for exhibition in East Africa and find better ways to share its digital collections, says Angelica Baschiera