We focus on Pan-African political education & self organisation...
As political party, we believe it is important for our community to consider issues that affect us from our own African perspective. We want to build the party so we can better support the struggles on the African continent and around the world. We are also providing the space for discussions and debates. We invite a wide range of African (Black) and other speakers to share their knowledge and join us in the discussions. We particularly encourage young people to attend and participate.
African Liberation Day - Saturday 28th May (3pm-7pm):
More on ALD - Commemorated on or around the 25th May since 1963 (Formation of the OAU in Ethiopia in 1963; formally African Freedom Day (from the All African Peoples Conference in Ghana 1958). Both founded under the leadership of Osagefo Kwame Nkrumah, when President of Ghana, to mark the rising independence struggles in Afrca from colonial rule; and the onward march to Pan-Africanism:the total liberation and unification of Africa under Scientific Socialism.
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In 1998 François Mitterand said ‘Without Africa, France will have no history in the 21st century’. The CFA franc, used by 14 countries yet economically bound to France, is the last colonial currency on the African continent. This covers about 190 million people.
It's back in the headlines again, thanks to 5 years of sustained mobilisations by Pan-Africanist movements and a range of activists across the African continent.
There is also tentative agreement for the African countries to form their own currency and move all the money to an African bank. We must pressure these governments to deliver on their promise.
The African Continental Free Trade Agreement is an agreement among 54 of the 55 African Union nations. The free-trade is the largest in the world in terms of the number of participating countries and population (1.2 billion people) since the formation of the WTO.
African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) intra-African trade remains below its potential, accounting for only 17% of the total African trade volume in 2017. In contrast, North American intracontinental trade accounts for 51% of exports, 49% in Asia, and 22% in Latin America, while among Western European countries this number reaches 69%.
Out of 55 Member States of the AU, 44 signed the Agreement in March 2018 at the AU Extraordinary Summit in Kigali, Rwanda.
To ensure Nkrumah's vision for a united and liberated continent, all African People must ensure that our governments implement it in the best interests of the masses.
Come and join us for a positive afternoon or contact us for more information callAAPRP on07914 348 259