By Stany Nzobonimpa Introduction This article analyzes the gains made by women during last fifty years following independence in many countries and in the socio-economic development of the continent. Over this period, Africa has experienced significant changes at almost all levels and the focus on women and girls has been one of the most frequent […]

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By Fatma Mohamed Alloo Addis Ababa was a busy hub with the Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Pan Africanism and African Renaissance in the 21st Century that took place on 22-23rd May, 2013, prior to the Heads of State meeting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of African Union. Some eighty members of civil society mixed with former […]

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By Njoki Wainaina Introduction On May 22 and 23, 2013, a group of over 100 Pan-Africanist women, men, female and male youth met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. They were drawn from Africa, North America, Latin America, Europe and the Islands. They represented past Presidents, women leaders, the media, artists, academia, civil society and activists. The […]

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