Leadership for Africa

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© UNESCO
16 March 2017

PROGRAMME

In 2016 and 2017 CAMPUS UNESCO in cooperation with NGO Give1Project was pleased to welcome 150 young African leaders. This CAMPUS has offered a diverse and dynamic group of speakers and panelists provided in-depth insight on African leadership and the empowerment of women and youth through social, economic and political inclusion.

 

SPEAKERS: Women leading change

  • Victoria Dellinger - UNESCO Public Relations and Partnerships Officer
  • Darine BenAmara -  Gender Equality Specialist, Founder EasyPoli Consulting
  • Amy Fall Sarr - Founder/CEO Intelligence Magazine, Senegal
  • Rania Belkahia -  Founder/CEO Afrimarket, Maroc
  • Nicole McLaren Campbell -  Founder/CEO AIM Educational, Jamaica
  • Françoise Remarck-Le Guennou - Vice-President Institutional Relations and Communication, CFAO Group, France
  • Danielle Sassou Nguesso -  Founder/CEO Foundation Sounga, Congo Brazaville
  • Ayla Dewi -  Founder Ak Land, Indonesia

 

SPEAKERS: Transformational leadership in Africa & its impact on development

  • Thione Niang -  Founder/President Give1Project
  • Abdoulaye Ibrahim -  UNESCO representative from Africa Department
  • Riel Miller – UNESCO representative from Social & Human Sciences Sector
  • Karen Andre - White House liaison US Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Mamadou Toure -  Secretary of State for Youth and Employment, Ivory Coast
  • Pape Ndong -  Minister of Urban Affairs and Mayor of Pikine, Senegal
  • Mehdi Bensaid - Member of the Parliament and Head of the International Commission, Morocco
  • Eddie Mandhry - Director for Africa, Yale University, U.S.A.