Walking The Talk
Written by Brother of Africans
August 01, 2010
Registration fee is £25 per delegate for the duration of the whole gathering
TEST GACuk, invite you to the Bi Annual Family Gathering to be held in London this year.
The four day event will address the continued development of our organisation, finding conflict resolutions with Afrikan solutions to Afrikan problem, such as knife and youth crimes within our community and the delivery of the UN Durban Declaration and the outcome of the recent review conference in Geneva.
The conference will in part be open to the general public and others parts limited to formal members of the Global Afrikan Congress.
This will be an educational and informative event in order to move forward the process started in Durban South Afrika in 2001 at the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR) which declared enslavement of Afrikans and colonialism crimes against humanity.
The four day event will include a tour guide and an educational process of getting to know the “Afrikan History” of the city with the greatest influence on Afrikan enslavement.
A whole day’s open event will be dedicated to addressing all of issue effecting the Afrikan Community in all areas including those identified by the GAC’s Bridgetown declaration of 2002 and the Surname’s constitution family gathering in 2004.
The event will end with an uplifting event and press conference on the progressing of the outcome of the family gathering.
Keynote Speakers and contributors on the final day will be delivering our program of action in the upcoming years of “Walking the Talk” where actions will be replace by merely good words spoken.
Afrikans are a much travelled nation and all parts of the nation will be represented by Afrikan attend the conference from home, other parts of the globe and those representing the world living in London
Global Afrikan Congress (GAC) is an international Non-Governmental Organization for, and managed by, Afrikans and Afrikan Descendants on the Continent and in the Diaspora. The network represents an opportunity for cooperation, solidarity and empowerment, and seeks to value and respect both commonality and diversity within the Afrikan family throughout the world. GAC was established at the historic Afrikans and Afrikan Descendants World Conference Against Racism held in Bridgetown, Barbados, October 2nd to 6th 2002. The conference adopted practical strategies and recommendations on how to address the many imbalances affecting Afrikan and Afrikan Descendant communities around the world. These are all contained in the organization’s primary document, The Bridgetown Protocol. In 2004, GAC met in Suriname for its’ Constitutional Conference. The Bridgetown Protocol, the GAC Constitution and By-Laws can be found at www.globalafrikancongress.org
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