African Charter of partnership between inhabitants and local collectivities
Informative and educative tools and strategies
Is the international cooperation an efficient instrument to fight against poverty?
Leave or die
Senegalese children bring song to the Charter and children’s rights
The Charter and public responsibilities in Togo
The Charter and the African Union
The Charter and the management of conflicts in Africa
The Charter and the media (Togo, Ivory Coast)
The Charter as seen by women
The Charter with background rap music, in Wolof, French and English!
An opportunity for the youth to take over and disseminate its principles, in several countries
The Charter of Human Responsibilities now exists in rap version.
This results from a will to involve the youth in an effort to make the principles their own expression, by adapting it to their world and their favourite way of expression. The musicians are youth whose favourite leisure is to create texts (‘slums’) along with rap sonorities. They are between 11 years and 26 years old, mostly students and pupils.
The song is in three languages (French, Wolof and English) in order to encourage a national and international dissemination.