Oppression does not exist in isolation, and the Palestinian struggle has multiple points of intersectionality with countless struggles across the African continent for they all are struggles against a global system of the few – a system anchored on capitalism, patriarchy and dispossession.
The Israeli government has always attempted to silence the voice of Palestinians on the rise, however, such a violation of Gaza should chock us all into action and it should never be business as usual.
The role will suit a methodical individual with experience in working with all types of large and small donors. You have the ability to attend to the multitude of details and administration required to successfully maintain existing grants, seek and secure new grants and, build powerful relationships with a range of donors and funders.
Help Us Mobilise Communities and Tell Stories this #25May2018 ! ROLE OVERVIEW: The Online & Offline Mobilisation Volunteer will be facilitating and leveraging various activities to mobilise citizens within his/her region for the Africans Rising between April and May, 2018. On the 25th of May, 2017, we connected with over 10 Million individuals online, and the hashtags
To the President of ChinaTo Ambassadors of China in AfricaTo the Director of CCTVTo the Producer of the Lunar Year Gala Event, As Africans, we have always been bothered by how we are portrayed in the international media. It has taken us so long, to fight and correct this persistently inaccurate narrative image, which has
On 25 May 2017, Africans Rising launched with events in more than 40 countries. One of those countries was Germany. Journalist Fred Muvunyi, an editor with the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle’s Africa service attended a launch in Bonn and compiled this multimedia report. http://www.dw.com/en/african-leaders-urged-to-improve-good-governance/a-38991218
MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release 24 May 2017 Serene Scene in Strife-Torn Nigeria Wins Africans Rising Photo Contest How do you create an image that celebrates identity and beauty that rises above the devastation and violent conflict all around? That’s the challenge that young Nigerian photographer Kureng Dapel set for himself when he decided to
Fed up with ineffective leaders who aren’t dealing with the crises on the continent, people are coming together to launch a pan-African solidarity movement. A feature on Africans Rising, written by Kumi Naidoo, in The Guardian online, in March 2017.
Dear friends, fellow Africans and our sisters and brothers in the African Diaspora, For years, we have thought, spoken and dreamt about building a movement that would see AFRICANS rising, from below and beyond borders – a journey of transformation to bring about the #AfricaWeWant. What is Africans Rising? That journey is finally beginning. This
Africans Rising launch Director Kumi Naidoo discusses the emerging movement’s origins, goals and upcoming launch with BBC producer Veronique Edwards on the BBC Focus On Africa’s Facebook Live platform, at BBC Headquarters in London.