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West Africa

9 February 2009

27 March 2008
Leave or die by Sidiki Abdoul DAFF

Senegalese children bring song to the Charter and children’s rights - 27 March 2008, by Sidiki Abdoul DAFF

On 16 June 2007, CERPAC together with a young people’s group organized a children’s ceremony awarding the best students from a neighborhood in Guédiawaye (a town in the Dakar Region of Senegal). The date was not chosen at random: the Day of the African Child has been celebrated on 16 June every year since 1991, to commemorate the massacre of hundreds of children during a protest march in Soweto (South Africa) by the apartheid government on 16 June 1976. The day has a different theme every (...)

The Charter with background rap music, in Wolof, French and English! - 13 March 2007, by Sidiki Abdoul DAFF

To help the youth taking over the Charter principles and disseminating it around them through music.

Is the international cooperation an efficient instrument to fight against poverty? - 14 December 2006, by Sidiki Abdoul DAFF

The civil society presents its proposals to face this challenge

Informative and educative tools and strategies - 17 April 2005, by Sidiki Abdoul DAFF

Folders, tapes, workshops, public conferences... Download the Charter document in Wolof, and listen to the Charter song in wolof!

African Charter of partnership between inhabitants and local collectivities - 13 February 2005

The African Charter articulates a series of principals necessary to allow a thorough partnership between inhabitants and local authorities. These principals result from the comparison of various real experiences in Africa. This experiences’ confrontation led to the idea that the conditions for a thorough partnership are everywhere identical. The charter has been elaborated during the inter-African forum (12 -16 of May, 2000), that welcomed a group of 40 persons representing 15 grassroots (...)

The Charter and public responsibilities in Togo - 4 January 2005, by Gaetan SYMFAYA, Markoua DADJO

Reinforcing public responsibilities in Togo through the Charter of human responsibilities (meeting of July 24th 2004)

The Charter as seen by women - 4 January 2005, by Ama ESSO, Markoua DADJO

Using the Charter of Human Responsibilities for the promotion of gender awareness and equality between men and women in Africa: dialogues organised by a group of women

The Charter and the African Union - 4 January 2005, by Markoua DADJO, Tantoa MIDANGA

"Are the objectives of the Charter of Human Responsibilities compatible with the objectives and principles of the African Union?" (meeting of June 5th and 6th, 2004)

The Charter and the management of conflicts in Africa - 4 January 2005, by Markoua DADJO

”Why applying the principles of the Charter of Human Responsibilities could be a solution to the prevention and management of conflicts in Africa" (Meeting of April 22nd and 23rd, 2004)

The Charter and the media (Togo, Ivory Coast) - 4 January 2005, by Markoua DADJO

We try to reach the media to disseminate and put into debate the Charter as broadly as we can.

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