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Global Africa has a number of categories of activities including:

1 – Conflict resolution and confidence building. Global Africa works with international organisations and partners in Africa on informal measures designed and implemented by non-state actors that address, prevent, or resolve uncertainties among states or territories.

2 – Education and vocational training. A number of initiatives are held with various partner including a Summer School on Development issues held in Geneva.

3 – Economic issues including investment and industrialisation. UNIDO, the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation is Global Africa’s partner in this field.

4 – Culture and sports. Global Africa supports cultural and social exchanges to create synergies between Africa and the rest of the world. Ochola in Brussels is a partner for activities in the cultural sector.

5 – Youth. ISMUN, the International Youth and Student Movement for the United Nations established in 1948, is a partner to help promote the objectives and activities of the United Nations amongst young people in Africa.

6 – Foresight and innovation. Global Africa engages in foresight exercises and discussions on future African scenarios with multiple partners around the world.

7 – African Diaspora. Global Africa cooperates with a number of organisations including ADNE, African Diaspora Network Europe, to engage with African diasporas around the world.

8- Capacity building in Africa. This is a major priority for Global Africa and includes efforts towards policy dialogue, institutional development, community discussion and creative thinking.

Global Africa aims to facilitate Africa related initiatives and interaction with civil society, en­terprise, cultural organizations, parliaments, govern­ment agencies, media, political organizations and edu­cational establishments at the national, regional and international level.