Dakar World Social Forum 2011

By | February 11, 2011 at 3:38 pm | One comment | Africa, International Solidarity, News

Self-reliance and the revival of Pan-Africanism
Aziz Fall

In an interview with Zahra Moloo [mp3], Aziz Fall, member of the Group for Research and Initiative for the Liberation of Africa, talks about the potential of cooperation between countries of the South and the revival of Pan-Africanism. He refers back to the Bamako Appeal and calls for a true, genuine integration between African countries including self-reliant development, agrarian reform, a renewal of the tri-continental approach and the need to work with radical forces from below to transform society. Fall says it is necessary to go beyond the comprador regimes that have failed in Tunisia and Egypt and to put in place a monitoring body to stop the ongoing pillage of resources across the African continent.
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