Hanae Bezad

How can African young people express and make their aspiration to pan-Africanity a reality? What goals do they share and what challenges do they face in attempting to renew this narrative? How would the renewal of this ideology effectively serve the uplifting of the people of the continent? How can it be ensured that the pan-African identity conversation includes all African citizens, and is not confined to the African intelligentsia? From a broad overview of contemporary pan-Africanism in action, this paper responds to several questions, to provide input into the ongoing conversation on the renewal of pan-Africanism and the possibility of a cultural pan-African momentum. This chapter Culture et société (Chapitre 4) was originally published in “Rapport annuel sur la géopolitique de l’Afrique – 2021”

Who owns environmental protection? Is it Europe? Returning to Africa after developing a European mindset on environmental protection, I was obliged to break down my own misconceptions to see the bigger picture…

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