HOW TO BUILD AND GROOM AFRICA’S NEW SET OF LEADERS
By the time the Arab Spring that started in December 2010 was anti-climaxing, five sit-tight African Heads of State had been forced out of office. In Tunisia, where the Arab Spring began, citizens had had enough of the President Zine Ben Ali led regime. Ben Ali had been in power since 1987. By 2011 when he was ousted…
Youth Programme – Civic and Education Workshop 2016
As part of the 2016 Youth Civic and Education Workshop held in Senegal, the participants were invited by award-winning journalist, Sheriff Bojang Jr. from West Africa Democracy Radio (WADR) to take part in a radio panel interview.
The panel engaged on a wide range of issues related to youth involvement in elections in their respective countries. Listen to the interview here: WADR and MINDS Alumni radio panel
MINDS Founder – London School of Economics – Africa Summit 2015
The 2015 LSE Africa Summit (@LSEAfricaSummit) brought together political, research and business leaders – those pushing Africa to the forefront of the global agenda – to engage with the pertinent theme of innovative governance in Africa. The Summit hosted a diverse range of speakers, including representatives of the business sector, leading academics and cultural figureheads, addressing the salient issues of health, education, business and governance on the continent.