We are a multi-sectoral dialogue community standing on the foundations of Pan-Africanism. Our programs and activities are encapsulated in ten commissions created to foster community, learning and service.
Multi-Sectoral Dialogue Engagement
Our dialogue engagement is multi-sectoral; not driven by any religious or political agenda; only by Pan-African ideology - to generate fresh ideas and perspectives on issues around religion, culture, science and technology, environment, economy, law, politics, philosophy, gender, ethnicity, communication and modern information technology, and so on, in Africa; and between Africa and world civilizations in order to inform policy decisions, improve socio-economic and political realities and relationships locally, continentally and internationally.
Scholarship in Dialogue and Critical Thinking
In collaboration with the Dialogue Institute at Temple University, Philadelphia, USA; and leading universities as well as governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental institutions in and beyond Africa, we promote multi-sectoral studies and cooperation through critical thinking, research and publications. We design, implement and disseminate project analyses and provide consultancy services to combat cultural, religious, political, and economic alienation, fear, violence and poverty, ignorance that hinder genuine development of the Continent.
Excellence in Pan-African Literacy and Activism
We inspire excellence and best practices in Pan-Africanism, promoting African values of community, hospitality, respect for human dignity, unity in diversity, love and solidarity with all, encapsulated in the philosophy of Ubuntu. Therefore, on the one hand, we evaluate policies in Africa by the Pan-African threshold, while in the other hand, we support our network organizations, groups and individuals in Africa to optimize their peace and development-driven engagements. Through these, we strive to keep the best ideals of Pan-Africanism alive in the Continent.