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PACIN is a Pan-Africanist organisation which facilitates deeper engagement of African Civil Society & citizens ensuring the continent has people at its centre.
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WHO Uganda Dec 8
Official declaration of end of Outbreak by & underway. 🇺🇬 has completed the required 42 days of the Post MVD surveillance countdown period for contacts of last confirmed case
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Moussa Faki Mahamat Dec 8
Heartbroken by news of the worst attack on peacekeepers that cost the lives of 14 soldiers serving in . I condemn this new act of violence against soldiers of peace.
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Moussa Faki Mahamat Dec 8
Le but est de générer, ici en Afrique,les conditions suffisantes pour un épanouissement productif de la jeunesse.En amont du Sommet , le dialogue avec le secteur privé a permis de formuler des recommandations pour renforcer son rôle dans le développement
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Moussa Faki Mahamat Nov 18
My full statement on the intolerable trafficking of African migrants in Libya. The and all its members will not accept this any country, especially not on African soil!
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FEMNET Dec 8
"A nation cannot develop without elevating the status of its women and girls " President KMWA/Co- Chair and opening the Consultative meeting by
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Maendeleo Group Dec 7
"Let's organize not always agonize as young people- we know what the challenges are; we also know where the opportunities are - and even better - we have the strategies to action" is the clarion from very own at the 2017 we
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AU Political Affairs Dec 8
When the students came to me, I was the Deputy Dean of the Law school. This is why I say - representation matters -
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Sufiya Bray Dec 8
"how can i keep going on as if nothing has happened- when my city is no longer safe" Blen Sahilu sharing a female students reaction to a public case of gender based violence in Ethiopia.
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Rama S. Dieng Dec 8
, Ethiopian sharing her powerful story of fighting & through law reform & activism with and shining a light on the audience.
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AU Political Affairs Dec 8
For me to be part of the faculty - think about how many things had to change in the university for a young lady to be given the position -
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youthhubafrica Dec 8
'Moving Towards The Yellow Sun' Blen Sahilu speaks on Africa Talks
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Dec 8
Had to train students&myself to remain optimistic-kept at it in face of mockery, raising awareness,updates on a board
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AU Political Affairs Dec 8
Often times, people genuinely care but life and responsibilities get in the way. -
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AU Political Affairs Dec 8
A student came to me and said are we going to study law and then pretend that nothing can be done about Gender Based Violence ?-
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JJ. Omojuwa Dec 8
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AU Political Affairs Dec 8
I would like to honour the women that came before me especially the Women Lawyers in Ethiopia -
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AU Political Affairs Dec 8
This is a story of a young Lawyer and her students -
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AU Political Affairs Dec 8
In 2011, a woman was attacked by her husband and mutilated. It was on the news, everyone was talking about it -
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Celine Fabrequette Dec 8
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Sebabatso Manoeli, PhD Dec 8
"I would not be here if it were not for the feminists who came before me and made this world possible for me, in my country, & my continent."-Blen Sahilu
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