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.