The Kilimanjaro Declaration

We, the citizens and descendants of Africa, as part of the Africans Rising Movement, are outraged by the centuries of oppression; we condemn the plunder of our natural and mineral resources and the suppression of our fundamental human rights. We are determined to foster an Africa-wide solidarity and unity of purpose of the Peoples of Africa to build the Future we want – a right to peace, social inclusion and shared prosperity.

Africans Rising, Movement for Black lives and other movements across the continent and the Diaspora stand with the People of Sudan

We stand in solidarity with our people in Sudan who are in the midst of violent repression at the hands of a military force. We also condemn the foreign governments who have contributed to the violence and the corporations who benefit. We see this attack as an assault on us all and demand an immediate end

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Over 100 African activists and academics from 52 of 54 African countries sign letter to Eritrean head of state Monday, 10th June 2019 DEAR MR PRESIDENT, PLEASE WELCOME US TO ERITREA AFRICAN DEMOCRACY ADVOCATES, JOURNALISTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS ASK TO VISIT THEIR INCARCERATED COLLEAGUES IN ERITREA One hundred (100) leading African journalists, democracy and

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Face a l'esclavage Africans-rising


Présentation de Temedt  L’Association pour la Consolidation de la Paix, le Développement, la promotion et la Protection des Droits Humains(Temedt) est créée en 2006 par récépissé N° 562 du 21 septembre 2006 du Gouvernorat du District de Bamako, conformément à la Loi N° 04 – 038 d’Août 2004, régissant les Associations en République du Mali.

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Is the price-tag of the Israeli investment too high for Ghana?

As we confront the challenges of poverty, unemployment, economic liberation and creating a better future for the Ghanaian people, we must also support those who are yet to achieve their liberation, and yet to begin the process of decolonisation, such as the occupied and colonised Palestinian people. A free and independent Ghana became home to anti-colonial activists, exiles and asylum seekers on the continent and beyond. Kwame Nkrumah offered them material support and a venue from which they could organise and negotiate their future.