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The International Trade and Solidarity Network for Panafrican Unity : R.I.S.E. - U.P.

Considering that, after more than a quarter century of pseudo - independences, our countries remain, in their large majority vassal-states, led by agents of the neocolonial order serving foreign interests.

This political class has, with the support of unpatriotic local bourgeoisies and academicians, who mainly depend on grants and subsidies from local authorities or foreign countries, has taken the people’s sovereign voice in hostage.

This ruling class has establish a system based on corruption and nepotism, with the ultimate goal ,to keep African people into servitude, mainly by organizing the systemic looting of our natural resources, enabling the control of our national economies by foreign capital through debt-bondage and dependency.

This system is the main cause of the ever-growing inequalities, as well as the social and economic insecurity that affect, workers, peasants, artisans, urban populations, young people, and retirees,

Given the numerous and various growing threats across the world, and particularly on our Continent.

In a context characterized by a dominant world order which by imposing a unique perspective, stifles people’s aspiration for more freedom, destroy the natural environment. A world order that oppressing individuals on behalf of markets law requirement, economic profitability and “security”.

We clearly distance ourselves from that vision and express our do mark our refusal of a world governed by the law of the strongest, as Facing.

Small Axe Interface

To promote our ideas on the economic development model, we have a structure :

« Small Axe Interface »

"Small Ax Interface" aims to serve as a crossroads between the various cultural and economic actors of the Diaspora and the continent; With the aim of making its modest contribution to the emergence of a modern and efficient economic fabric, by trying to transform social challenges into economic opportunities. 

"Small Ax Interface" offers institutional, economic and cultural agents : advice, trainings and organization of events. It operates by combining social commitment and economic objectives. It therefore includes an associative component and an entrepreneurial component.

  • Promote better involvement of local populations and the diaspora in the economic and social progress of their country. 
  • Initiate actions to support local development efforts undertaken by local authorities in several areas, including the economy, education and culture.

  • To create companies which are supposed to develop and ensure the sustainability of actions initiated in the social field.
  • Participate in the creation of jobs through the organization and modernization of the domestic economic and business circuit.

General objectives

  • Valorisation of cultural and natural heritage and local, 
  • Promote the autonomy and social and professional integration of young people, 
  • Reinvigorate the village communities, accompanying them in their attempts to acquire more autonomy in the management and the development of their communities, 
  • Strengthen the capacities of craftsmen by supporting them in their working methods, training in the management of their activities, 
  • Establish closer ties of collaboration between the artisanal and agricultural worlds, 
  • Participate in the structuring of the economic and commercial fabric.

For the unity of forces of change

We have mentioned in previous posts the feeling of helplessness that inhabits the African community as a whole.
This impotence does not mean the absence of various initiatives, even if the general context seems to be dominated by a certain apathy, it results rather from the little impact on the overall condition of the Africans. This is due to the diversity of approaches, doctrines and strategies deployed to carry out this fight and, above all, their lack of coordination. As a result, on a global scale, militant activity has become a stalemate.

And although within the militant community, we like to quote Fanon's famous phrase: "Each generation must in a relative opacity, discover its mission, fill it or betray it," the movement as a whole seems to be trampling.

Suffering to a large extent from the confusion made by many activists between "knowledge of history" and "political consciousness", African militancy is often limited to denouncing oppressors while awaiting the arrival of a charismatic leader. He struggles to move from the simple demand for identity to a genuine revolutionary dynamic, to conceive a new reality, to undertake an adventure that could mobilize our energies and make us "go beyond our limits".


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Our latest publications

Document utilisant une série d’images décrivant les derniers mots des noirs victimes de la violence policière aux Etats Unis d’Amérique   -    "Last Words" de Shirin Barghi
Source : http://www.shirinbarghi.com

Meeting the Challenges of African activism

After more than a quarter century pseudo independence, it is clear that our countries are run overwhelmingly by a ruling class that is clearly in the service of foreign interests. This ruling class is busy organizing the looting of our natural resources, the selling off of our land and helps maintain the economic sector, at the continental level under the control of foreign companies. This class has a system based on corruption, clientelism and debt for generations, who helps maintain the African people in servility.

Why This Site ?

Our goal is to bring through this blog our modest contribution to the revitalization effort of thought and movement Panafricanist especially in these times of social turmoil, political and economic. The urgency of a renewed breath of activism for justice on a global scale is increasingly felt.

This is a place where we try to express our political views, share our social and economic concerns.
We also take this opportunity to also publish some excerpts from a book not yet published.
This is a political trial that takes pretext of various aspects of Western domination on the continent and the various mechanisms of oppression of the African people to the attention of Africans on current socio-political changes that seriously threaten survival of our country and our freedoms.
Topics include the different aspects of domination that our societies suffer their mechanisms and agents, as well as the burdens that make Pan-Africanism scarcely find its bearings in this century.
We also try to share the artistic productions that express the aesthetic dimension of the political struggle of man against Injustice and Oppression.

Our ultimate goal is to call the great African family to unite around objectives that meet the interests of the majority of the African masses.

Sidya Diop

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