The David Rockefeller Lecture

The David Rockefeller Lectureship is awarded to a distinguished African from either the governmental or non-governmental sectors. The lectureship recognizes Mr. Rockefeller’s interest in African affairs, and honors his service to the Council.

The Rockefeller Lectureship was established in 1985 when Mr. Rockefeller retired as Chairman of the Council’s Board. Mr. Rockefeller was Chairman from 1970 and served as a Director on the Board from 1945 to 1985. To honor his truly unique and global role, a group of Council members and other friends, including the Rockefeller Foundation, created the David Rockefeller Fund, which makes this lectureship possible.

Recent Rockefeller Lectures:

David Rockefeller Lecture - The International Criminal Court: A New Approach to International Relations

Harold Pratt House
58 East 68th Street
New York, NY, 10065

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David Rockefeller Lecture with Nahas Gideon Angula, Prime Minister, Republic of Namibia

Harold Pratt House
58 East 68th Street
New York, NY, 10065

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The David Rockefeller Lecture

58 East 68 Street
New York, NY

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2005-06 David Rockefeller Lecture: A Conversation with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

1779 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC

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Meeting with President Joaquim Chissano

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A Meeting with Thabo Mbeki

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A Conversation with Thabo Mbeki

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Botswana’s Case for Development Diamonds

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The Future of Nigeria

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Africa's Renaissance: Zimbabwe's Role in the Region and the World

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Nigeria in Crisis: The State of the Nation

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