About Africa Politicum (AP)
Africa Politicum (AP) emerges in January 2020 as an independent and a non-profit think-and-do tank with the primary objective of reflecting and speaking out on political, socio-economic, cultural and geopolitical issues and challenges related to Africa and its diaspora in a world in flux.
AP is legally registered as association in Germany where it operates from.
AP has built its raison d'être on the valorisation of plurality and the confrontation of ideas and opinions. Consequently, its core mission is to objectively and credibly inform, advise and empower African peoples and institutions as well as foreign institutions active on the continent, on the challenges facing Africa for which it must find lasting solutions.
In the medium and long term, AP aims at making a significant contribution to the research and development of sustainable ideas and lines of thought to help tackle major challenges faced by Africa, particularly in the political, socio-economic, security and geopolitical spheres.
AP is open to any individual or legal entity convinced by its rationale and who shares its mission and vision. In this spirit of openness, AP facilitates, encourages and reinforces the exchange of ideas and networking between members and any individual or legal entity wishing to actively contribute to the achievement of its goal. You can join the platform by briefly stating your motivation for being part of AP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
AP is managed by an Executive Committee. The management staff includes Hanza Diman (Founder and Executive Director), Odile Woni (In Charge of AP Burning Issues), Victor Nakou (In Charge of AP Projects), Yao Sodjadan (In Charge of AP Social Networks and Public Relations)