We are saddened by the news of the attack in Ngarbuh, Donga Mantung on Friday, February 14 when soldiers invaded the village and killed at least 25 civilians. This type of violence and injustice is not tolerated by our movement and we want to put out a call for action
AFRICANS RISING SOLIDARITY FORUM FOR TOGO During the weekend of 17th – 18th August 2018, Africans Rising for Justice, Peace & Dignity as part of its agenda of marking the 1 year anniversary of the beginning of popular uprisings in Togo, organised solidarity forums and other call for action
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)
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We cannot stand by and watch our dear children pay such a hefty cost, as a community of people who care about the prosperous future for Africa’s future generations, we must act in unity to prevent such acts of violence and tragedies from taking place.
March 21, 2019 Africans Rising for Justice, Peace & Dignity is very saddened by Cyclone Idai’s battering ramifications following its landfall in Mozambique. The tragedy continues to unfold amid weak, if not nonexistent disaster preparedness on the part of the Mozambican government. The cyclone hit Mozambique last week, Beira is
Africans Rising stands in solidarity with the people of Zimbabwe and calls on all the active forces of democracy and justice to rise in solidarity with our sisters and brothers. Our movement pledges to do the necessary to support the people of Zimbabwe and we would like to express our sincerest condolences to the families of violence victims.
In the past two weeks, Sudan has plunged into a dire political crisis as citizens rise and protest against difficult living conditions. The uprising has so far been met with severe repression; as of date, over 40 people have been reported killed including children as young as 12 years old.
When Member States of the United Nations approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in 2015, they agreed that the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets should be met for all nations and peoples and for all segments of society. Governments and stakeholders negotiating the 2030 Agenda backed the ambition of