"Audacity, the only challenge for a new Africa"
The Institut Afrique Monde welcomes you. It is a "Think Tank" created in Paris in October 2013, with an office in Côte d'Ivoire set up in 2014, which has set itself the mission of being an independent and apolitical think tank with the aim of:
- to make Africa's dynamism and potential known to as many people as possible through a better understanding of its society, culture and economy, from both a historical and a contemporary perspective,
- to position itself as a body for reflection, analysis and debate, proposing innovative and bold ideas for the development of a peaceful Africa, open to the world, with a point of view to defend on what happens,
- to encourage and implement initiatives that aim to improve the lives of men and women on the African continent.
Africa is considered as the continent of the future. We provide you with publications about the African continent, its subjects and its future.
The entire team of the Institut Afrique Monde is honoured to announce that the Institute is now officially accredited by the International Organization of La Francophonie. Through its activities, the IAM now participates directly in the actions that promote the OIF and its values, and makes available the skills of its members for this...
Thursday, April 19, 2018, a conference and debate was held at 42 Rue de Grenelle, the Institute’s headquarters. On this occasion, Mr Jean-Bernard Bruneteaux, former Director of Human Resources in large companies and former professor at the Catholic University of Central Africa, author of the book “Gestion des Ressources Humaines et Communication en Afrique”...
CONFERENCE-DEBATE INSTITUTE AFRICA WORLD PARIS THE FINANCIAL MARKET IN THE CEMAC AREA: WHAT FUTURE? By Mathurin DOUMBE EPEE Chairman of the Board of Directors Société Générale Cameroon Paris March 19, 2018 Preamble The Financial Market is a meeting point and a geographical or virtual confrontation between the demand for and supply of long-term capital...
Equality, training, integrity, discipline and autonomy, the ideal values of progressive African governance. By 2040, i.e. in about 20 years’ time, the African population is expected to exceed two billion inhabitants according to the latest demographic forecasts of the United Nations. Corruption, lifetime presidency, military fragility, regional dissonances… the governance of African states, particularly...
- Reading Note: Kako Nubukpo, The African Emergency
- Conference of February 12, 2020 organized by the Africa World Institute: China–Africa: What Perceptions? What realities? What perspectives?
- Photos – China-Africa Conference
- Tribute to Professor Beseat Kifle Selasiie (Member of the Board of Directors)
- Tributes to Denis Maugenest – Bernard Puepi’s Testimony