“What the 21st century leader can learn from Thomas Sankara” by Chizoma Duru

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  Thomas Sankara was a military officer, revolutionary and anti-imperialist who was born on 21st December 1949 and was assassinated on 15th October 1987. He served as the president of Burkina Faso from 1983- 1987. He was a strong opposer of neo-colonialism and imperialism and expressed his opposition through his teaching and the implementation of […]

“May the Fires be Cleansing” by Judith Mugweru.

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Hello avid reader, I hope you’ve been keeping diplomatic. Over the past few weeks, Africa’s political atmosphere has been in a state of turmoil, with dissatisfied citizens projecting their discontent to their governments and demanding change which is a huge step in the right direction. Africans have been known to adopt rather passive positions when it comes […]

An Insight to Press Conferences

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A common image associated with ALAMAU is committee sessions, placards, cool suits and big words (like moderated caucuses). However, there is a lot more that goes on behind-the-scenes, especially in our department. The Press Corps team documents conference experiences and presents them to you, our audience, mainly through the newspaper and blog. These are our […]

What about the Advisors?

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People think that ALAMAU stakeholders are delegates and staff only, but actually advisors play a huge role in making the conference a reality. To help you understand this better, we decided to speak Mr. Kevin Murungi, an International Education and Human Rights Policy and Advocacy Professional, and one of the three advisors of students from […]