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Pan Africanism as an ideology has been used in the African Leadership effort with mixed results, but we believe it is time we engaged the youth in discussion about Pan Africanism, its ideals and potential. Recently, with the xenophobic developments in South Africa, the migrations to Europe and inside Africa, and the continuing corruption/ poor leadership in Africa, Pan Africanism has been in the spotlight.

During ZIFF we want to engage with young people from the continent and the diaspora through what we call a Lab Community in Zanzibar. The Lab will later travel in the continent and the Diaspora to engage with African and non-African youth on Pan Africanism and development. 18 youths will be selected to undertake the workshop which will result in creating a mural in Forodhani and a dance performance highlighting Pan Africanism.

Please contact Tonni Brodber at tabrodber@gmail.com

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