July 1, 2019 13:03

The people of the continent will have affordable and timely access to
courts and an independent judicial system that will provide and
will deliver justice without fear or preferential treatment. Corruption and
impunity will be a thing of the past

July 1, 2019 13:02

a continent where values, democratic practices, universal principles of human rights, equality between men and women, justice and the rule of law are fully anchored;
has capable institutions and transformative leadership at all levels.

July 1, 2019 13:01

Africa will have a universal culture of good governance, practices and practices
democratic, gender equality, respect for human rights and the rule of law.
human rights, justice and the rule of law.

July 1, 2019 13:00

Africa will experience a renewal of solidarity and unity of purpose, which have
underpinned the struggle to free oneself from slavery, colonialism, colonialism
apartheid and economic enslavement.

July 1, 2019 12:57

We aspire that by 2063, Africa:
- or a united Africa;
- has world-class infrastructure throughout the continent;
- has dynamic and fruitful links with its diaspora;
- or a continent with continuous borders and a management of
cross-border resources based on dialogue.

July 1, 2019 12:56

Since 1963, the quest for unity in Africa has been inspired by the spirit of the
pan-Africanism, with an emphasis on liberation
and political and economic independence. This spirit is motivated by the
development based on the autonomy of the African peoples, with a
democratic and people-centred governance.

July 1, 2019 12:54

Africa will use and manage its resources in an equitable and sustainable manner
for socio-economic development, regional cooperation
and environmental protection.

July 1, 2019 12:54

Africa will participate in global efforts to mitigate change
that support and broaden the political space for the
sustainable development on the continent. Africa will continue to speak out
with a single voice and for the same purpose in promoting its position
and his interests on climate change

July 1, 2019 12:53

While Africa currently contributes less than (5%) of the
global carbon emissions, it is suffering the full impact of the
climate. Africa must address the global challenge of climate change by
giving priority to adaptation in all our actions, building on
on the skills of various disciplines and adequate support
(development and transfer of affordable technologies, strengthening of
capacity, adequacy of financial and technical resources)
to ensure the implementation of actions for the survival of populations
the most vulnerable, including those of island States, and for the
sustainable development and the sharing of prosperity.

July 1, 2019 12:51

Africa's human capital will be fully developed as
the most valuable resource, including through sustained investment
based on universality in early childhood education and
basic education, and also through sustained investments
in higher education, science, technology, research
and innovation, and eliminate inequalities between men and women
at all levels of education.