AFSA 2024

The African Forensic Sciences Academy (AFSA) and Rwanda Forensic Institute (RFI) are thrilled to invite you to participate in the AFSA2024 Conference with the theme: Forensic Science Ecosystem in Africa. This landmark event offers a unique opportunity for forensic professionals from across the world to join in productive discussions about the future of forensic science in Africa and what our ecosystem entails.

Why Attend AFSA2024?

Explore the Conference Theme: Participate in the critical discussions of the Forensic Science Ecosystem in Africa. Gain insights into the roles of diverse stakeholders and collaborate on solutions for a stronger forensic science future in Africa by exploring our ecosystem via the lens of all our sub-themes of AFSA2024. 

o Forensic Science Ecosystem
o Legal & Law Enforcement
o Collaboration & Networking
o Education & Training
o Biology
o Seized Drugs & Toxicology
o Trace Evidence
o Physics & Pattern Interpretation
o Scene Examination
o Medicine
o Digital & Multimedia

Engage with Experts: Learn from renowned keynote speakers and participate in interactive workshops across various sub-themes within forensic science.

Network and Connect: Build valuable connections with colleagues, share your expertise, and foster collaboration within the African forensic community.

Shape the Future: Contribute to shaping the landscape of forensic science in Africa by participating in discussions and brainstorming innovative approaches.

Important deadlines 

Conference and Workshop Registration 
o Early Bird Registration: now until June 30, 2024
o Regular Registration: June 30 to August 31, 2024
o Late and Onsite Registration: September 1, 2024, until end of conference

Abstract Submission 
o Open now until July 31, 2024
o Feedback to delegates due by August 22, 2024 

Visit https://afsa2024.AFSA.Africa to secure your spot and access a discounted early bird rate!


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