Africans Rising to Launch A National Engagement Platform and A Workshop on Illicit Financial Flows in Maputo, Mozambique

Throughout the month of November 2018, Africans Rising for Justice, Peace and Dignity will hold a series of programmes that will be focused on uniting African citizens and establishing immense awareness on Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) across the African continent starting in Maputo, Mozambique. The Mozambique National Engagement Platform (NEP) will be launched on November 7th, 2018. The

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Voting Instructions

After a consultative engagement and a purposive Nominees’ engagement, Africans Rising has endeavoured to open voting for the Coordinating Collective Election to all the Africans Rising’s registered members. Every one of you has an opportunity to vote and share Africans Rising’s leadership and we are more than excited to have you join this process. You will

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The Coordinating Collective Electoral Roll

Voting as First Name/S SURNAME Nationality Organisation Name Organisation A.J.X. ASSOCIATION JAPPALÉ XALEYI Senegal A.J.X. Organisation Abanda Marcel BUNGONG Cameroon JUSTICE ASSEMBLY NETWORK (JAN) Individual Abayomi ODEWALE Nigeria Individual Abayomi SARUMI Nigeria Organisation Abdahafeez Abdallh Abaker HAG ASWAD سودان DIVERSITY FOR ART AND DEVELOPMENT Individual Abdel Razak TRAORE1 France AB DEL CASTRO Individual Abdellah KHAYYA

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Paul Biya’s “Re-Election” and African Integration

Paul Biya recently won his seventh term. Biya, who is 85 years old, has been the president of Cameroon since 1982. Despite the horrendous human rights abuses that the government of Cameroon inflicts on its own citizens, the United States decided to release astatement congratulating Cameroon for having “largely peaceful elections”. The same statement concluded: “With

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Joining Forces, Sharing Power: Civil Society Collaborations for the Future

Without the support of external funding, the life expectancy of many – if not most – organizations is dramatically low. To avoid these near-choking levels of dependency, CSOs are developing creative strategies to be more self-reliant. Increasingly, we are working together with actors that are more grounded in the communities they serve rather than with traditional governments and multilateral institutions and devising collaborative methods that differ significantly from donor-recipient constructions. 

Africans Rising Constitution

PREAMBLE Africans Rising has its roots in the Kilimanjaro Declaration which states: Africa is a rich continent. That wealth belongs to all our People, not to a narrow political and economic elite. We need to fight for economic development that is just and embraces social inclusion and environmental care. We have a right to the

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