Thème : L'état de la philanthropie africaine : établir un ordre du jour.Le Centre africain sur la philanthropie et l'investissement social (ACPSI), TrustAfrica, le Forum africain de la philanthropie et le Centre d'études africaines de Harvard organisent, à Johannesburg, en Afrique du sud, les 16 et 17 Mai 2019, une conférence de deux jours sur la philanthropie africaine.
Formation des Journalistes sur la justice pénale internationale en Ouganda
TrustAfrica, en partenariat avec l'Ambassade des Pays-Bas en Ouganda et les bureaux extérieurs de la Cour pénale internationale d’Ouganda, organise une formation de cinq jours (du 6 au 10 Mai 2019) sur la justice pénale internationale à l'intention des professionnels des médias et des bloggers.
Vers la réalisation des objectifs de la déclaration de Malabo
4ème Sommet de la CAE sur La budgétisation de l'agriculture - 2019 Thème: «Promouvoir un processus de budgétisation agricole de la CAE inclusif et centré sur les agriculteurs: vers la réalisation des objectifs de la déclaration de Malabo» - Avec le soutien de TrustAfrica, Oxfam Novib, ActionAid et d’autres partenaires, les petits exploitants agricoles et les organisations de la société civile de la région d’Afrique de l'Est organisent, le vendredi 10 mai 2019 à Arusha (Tanzanie)
Global Partnership and Joint Actions
Download the declaration - Global Partnership and Joint Action in Addressing, Discrimination based on Work and Descent, Untouchability, Contemporary Forms of Slavery and Analogous Forms of Discrimination
At TrustAfrica we are very pleased to learn of the appointment of Dr. Tawanda Mutasah as the new Vice President of Oxfam America’s for Global Partnership and Impact. Tawanda is a member of TrustAfrica’s Board of Directors and has more than 20 years of leadership experience in human rights advocacy, governance, rule of law, and humanitarian work.
The main focus will be on African languages and the importance of their use. The Forum will be followed immediately by the Youth Forum, which will be held from 1-3 October 2021. This Youth Forum will focus on the literacy of futures. It is sequel to an earlier one held in Banjul in 2019, in which TrustAfrica was fully involved.
In partnership with the Action for World of Solidarity (ASW), the African Agency for the Fight against Discrimination Based on Work and Descent and Slavery and Amnesty International, TrustAfrica is pleased to invite you to a Workshop on restitution of studies on Discrimination Based on Descent and Slavery in Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania and Niger. This restitution will take place on 13 and 14 September 2021.
Our dear colleague and friend, Sibongile Mkhabela, a member of our Board of Directors, has been honored with Chevalier de l'ordre de merite (National Order of Merit for outstanding contributions to social development), a very high distinction awarded by the Republic of France. TrustAfrica, celebrates this great achievement and has prepared a message to celebrate the accomplishment.
The "Saturdays of Economy" are an initiative of ARCADE supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
Professor Samir Amin would certainly have seen in the coronavirus pandemic a new illustration of the implosion of monopoly capitalism, which has become an obsolete system and a danger for the survival of humanity.
We associate with this tribute that of another eminent thinker who passed away in 2020 and who was very close to him. It is Professor Thandika Mkandawire, former Executive Secretary of CODESRIA, a position he held on the recommendation of Professor Samir Amin. A great intellectual complicity and a deep friendship bound these two eminent thinkers.
TrustAfrica and its partner organizations will host the second African Philanthropy Conference (virtual) from 3rd to 5th August. The theme of the conference is "Surviving COVID19 – The Role of African Philanthropy". As part of the Conference program, TrustAfrica would host two sessions and give special recognition to our Senior Brother, Colleague, and friend, Dr. Akwasi Aidoo, and celebrate his remarkable contribution to advancing African philanthropy and his contribution to the continent's development.
TrustAfrica, in partnership with the African Philanthropy Forum (APF), the Centre for African Philanthropy and Social Investments (CAPSI) at the Wits Business School, the Southern Africa Trust (SAT), the African Philanthropy Network and the Harvard University's Centre for African Studies, will be hosting the African Philanthropy Conference to be held under the theme "Surviving COVID19 – The Role of African Philanthropy" from the 3rd to 5th of August 2021.
StopTheBleeding Campaign and Consortium - Collaboration as a Strategy for Change
Working through collaboration is central to our approaches at TrustAfrica. From our experience, collaboration has meant managing a complex set of relationships with like-minded groups working together to achieve common goals.