July 3, 2019 18:36

We echo the Pan-African call that Africa must unite in order to realize its
Renaissance. Present generations are confident that the destiny of Africa is
in their hands, and that they must act now to shape the future they want. Fifty
years after the first thirty-three (33) independent African states took a landmark
decision to form the Organization of African Unity, we are looking ahead
towards the next fifty years.

July 3, 2019 18:35

Agenda 2063, rooted in Pan Africanism and African
Renaissance, provides a robust framework for addressing past injustices and
the realisation of the 21st Century as the African Century.

July 3, 2019 18:34

We, the people of Africa and her Diaspora, united in diversity, young and
old, men and women, girls and boys from all walks of life, deeply conscious
of history, express our deep appreciation to all generations of Pan-Africanists.
In particular, to the founders of the Organisation of African Unity for having
bequeathed us an Africa with exemplary successes in the fight against slavery,
colonialism and apartheid.

July 3, 2019 18:29

We aspire that by 2063:
- Pan-Africanism is fully established;
- the African Renaissance has reached its peak;
- our diversity in culture, heritage, language and culture
religion, in particular of the tangible and intangible heritage of States
will be our strength.

July 3, 2019 18:24

Africa will promote human and moral values based on inclusion
and the rejection of all forms of terrorism, religious and other extremism
intolerances, whatever their motives.

July 3, 2019 18:24

Africa will be free from armed conflict, terrorism and extremism,
intolerance and gender-based violence, which constitute a serious problem.
threat to human security, peace and development. The continent
will be free of drugs, trafficking in human beings and organised crime
as well as other forms of criminal networks such as the trade in
weapons and piracy will have ended.

July 3, 2019 18:23

The continent will have experienced an improvement in human security, with
net decreases in violent crime per capita and secure spaces
and peaceful for individuals, families and communities.

July 3, 2019 18:22

We recognize that a prosperous, integrated and united Africa, and an Africa
based on good governance, democracy, social inclusion and the
respect for human rights, justice and the rule of law are the conditions
necessary prerequisites for a peaceful and conflict-free continent.

July 3, 2019 18:21

We aspire that by 2063, Africa will have:
- a culture of human rights, democracy, equality between men and women
men and women, integration and deep-rooted peace;
- prosperity, security and safety for all citizens;
- mechanisms to promote and defend security and safety and
collective interests of the continent.

July 3, 2019 18:21

Africa in 2063 will be a continent living in peace and in the
security, where harmony will prevail within the grassroots communities. The
management of our diversity will be a source of wealth, transformation
and accelerated economic growth, rather than a source of