How Can IDPAD (International Decade For People Of African Descent) 2015-24 Work For Us?

Organised by BTWSC/African Histories Revisited

The UN Resolution 68/237 declared 2014-2025 as the International Decade For People Of African Descent (IDPAD) under the theme Recognition, Justice and Development.

But how aware are we in Ghana of this initiative by the UN? And how can we use it for our upliftment and development?

The resolution calls on member states, civil society and all other relevant actors to join together with people of African heritage and take effective measures for the implementation of the programme of activities. The Decade is an opportunity to push for the elimination of racism, racial and structural discrimination against Africans.

History consultant, community activist and former University of Westminster lecturer Kwaku is visiting Accra and will deliver a presentation on how to use IDPAD to empower ourselves, followed by a Question & Answer session. Introduction by Elder Statesman Dr KB Asante.

Admission: Free

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