SCENARIOS FROM AFRICA is a community mobilisation, education and media project about HIV/AIDS carried out with and for young people.It gives children and young adults an exciting opportunity to educate themselves and others about HIV/AIDS by inviting them to participate with internationally acclaimed directors in the production of a collection of short films. On this site, you will find a lot of information about the project and you can also watch the 15 films whose production is based on 2005 winning scripts.
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This social profit organisation links football to development projects, especially for children and young people. Under "network" you can search for projects in specific continents or countries. [editors ilissAfrica]
"Africa Speaks" is a collection of essays and stories by Nigerien university students, about growing up and living in West Africa on the fault line between traditional and western cultures. Topics include childhood; natural and manmade disasters; magic and belief, customs and rituals; love, courtship, marriage and divorce; family life; rural vs. urban living; politics and public issues; education; heritage; being an outsider.The texts were written in 1990-92 at the University of Niamey, Niger Republic, in classes taught by Patricia Stoll, Fulbright Professor of Writing and Literature.
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"The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy has developed the program “Experience Africa” to promote social and economic development within Africa, and to strengthen relations between cultural groups and nation states on the continent. At the global level, the program works to promote stronger political, economic, and cultural links between Africa and other regions.The program pursues these goals by bringing together stakeholders from across Africa and the wider international community to discuss and explore salient issues, and to establish sustainable networks of likeminded individuals. Such stakeholders are brought together through regular academic study tours, as part of our young leaders forum “Cultural Diplomacy in Africa: A Forum for Young Leaders”, as well as through ongoing conferences and academic events. The program will also contribute a diverse range of academic research that is made available to the general public online." ... [according to site editor’s information]