COUNTDOWN TO ALAMAU 2023 CONFERENCE
Letter From The 2023 Chairperson
Esteemed delegates and faculty advisors,
It is with immense pleasure that I welcome you all to the 10th anniversary of the African Leadership Academy Model African Union (ALAMAU).
In the past decade, ALAMAU has brought together more than 1300 young leaders who represented 58 countries across the continent and the world. A vast variety of topics have been discussed and hundreds of resolution papers written. Not only has this been a life-changing experience for some individuals, but it has also been an endeavor towards the change that Africa needs.
Due to the pandemic, the ALAMAU team faced considerable challenges. For three sessions, our young diplomats were unable to engage in face-to-face debates. At this juncture, we enthusiastically announce that our ALAMAU 2023 conference will be held in-person. Our honorable delegates will finally have the chance to gather in one place, build strong and long-lasting relationships, and take insightful debates beyond the committee sessions’ rooms!
Our ultimate aim is to equip young leaders from Africa and…
2023 Conference Theme
An Inclusive Africa: A Future for All
This year, the African Leadership Academy Model African Union (ALAMAU) commemorates 10 years of existence and its active efforts to equip young leaders from Africa and across the world with critical thinking, problem solving, research and diplomacy skills.
The conference theme seeks to stimulate discussions and spark debates on a wide range of topics pertaining to inclusivity in various sectors of development. Furthermore, the theme seeks to question how futuristic the African continent is if we are not inclusive about marginalised topics. As we envisage the collective success and prosperity of Africa, we see an Africa that is proactively growing into different sectors and the“…re-dedication of Africa towards the attainment of the Pan African vision of an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens, representing a dynamic force in the international arena.”
With the media undeniably being a powerful catalyst for change and representation, delegates will bring to perspective what steps the media can take to report news without the exclusion of minorities in society. This perspective would expand to how minority representation and empowerment in governance can be ensured. Considering the immense importance of education…
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