Concept note of the economics pole
Inventing Tomorrow’s Ideas The construction of the African Union is shaping today – the history of an entire continent, the lives of hundreds of millions of African citizens and Africa’s role in the world. Africa, once seen as a poor continent and economically dependent on other regions, has relatively quickly proved the opposite by recording...
Conceptual note of the societies and cultures pole
Paragraphs 13, 25, 27 and 28 of the Manifesto of the Fiftieth Anniversary of African Independence mention the predominant place to be given to cultural diplomacy within African States, the prominent role of the diaspora, the necessary contribution of Africa’s voice to ecological issues, the revitalization of African languages as vehicles for the transmission of...
African emergence: coherence and audacity in multiple voices
The Abuja Treaty of June 1991 laid the foundations for the creation of the African Economic Community (AEC), in which the economies of the African Union (AU) Member States should be fully integrated by 2028 in order to develop and face globalization. It seems obvious that the objectives and provisions of the Treaty essentially tend...
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