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More than in the past, the progress desired by our African youths — that is, our leaders of the future — must be at the heart of our African government programmes…. For my part, I am convinced that young Africans can change the world, and must change the world…. The youth of Africa have such great needs that their advice and suggestions should be taken into account by public officials.
The 50th is not an ordinary anniversary. It is a singular moment for evaluation, with an eye towards a new departure. Where are we today, 50 years after 30 June ? It is undeniable that we have experienced some remarkable victories. It is equally undeniable that we have known regrettable failures, especially in the areas of development, social progress and human rights. As a nation and a people, we are, while to varying degrees, collectively responsible for this relative shortfall in performance…. My dear compatriots, freedom, democracy and development are continual quests.
The work begun by our elders has not ended. We thus have many challenges to take up. The effects of climate change are being felt in Africa; countries, organisations and individuals, including young people, are taking actions to tackle these effects. In this edition, we highlight some outstanding climate action initiatives by young Africans. Skip to main content. Welcome to the United Nations. Toggle navigation Language:. Africa Renewal. Visions of independence, then and now.
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From Africa Renewal:. August Kwame Nkrumah speaking before the United Nations in Kenyan President Jomo Kenyatta, addressing a mass rally in Photograph: Bill Fairbairn. Asha-Rose Migiro, UN deputy secretary-general: "We cannot turn a blind eye to corruption, nepotism or tyranny. Part of a large crowd in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, this 30 June, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the country's independence.
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