Peaceful and inclusive societies in Africa on agenda for African Continent meeting
Despite the chaos currently occurring in various parts of South Africa, youth from all over Africa together with key role players in development, are gathering in Johannesburg from 20 April 2015 to discuss amongst other issues, ways in which to create global partnerships that are critical for Africa’s sustainable development.
In addition to the important discussions and training taking place during the workshop, the African youth from different geographical locations and backgrounds are encouraged to exchange information and ideas and work together in developing clear and realistic work plans to be implemented going forward.
An important panel discussion will be held on 23 April 2015 to discuss and answer questions relating to how we can implement and create global partnerships for sustainable development. Members of the media are invited to the panel discussion on 23 April 2015 and will have the opportunity to ask questions and conduct interviews with the youth.
Where: The CedarWoods of Sandton, 120 Western Service Rd, Woodmead, Sandton
Time: The workshop begins at 09h00 and ends at 13h00. Media are free to come and go through this period
When: 23 April 2015