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They tell you all about it

They are part of the 2021 Young Leaders, #100answers, and embody the new generation of Franco-African decision makers. 

By your side, they are committed to making the voice of these committed young people heard in Africa, in France and more broadly in Europe.

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Djeneba Gory

Gender and Human Development Consultant at World Bank

Co-founder and COO of Suadela

2021 Young Leader

"I think it's important we share our voice to bring up the concerns of our generation and younger ones, add new perspectives and bring a disruptive change that will allow us to be actors of our own future"

Chidi Nwaogu

Co-founder and CEO of Publiseer


2021 Young Leader

"I believe it's important we share our voice because it's our strength, weapon, and power, and failing to share our voice means we give our power to the injustices of the world."

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Judith Oloo

Director and Lecturer of Law Department

at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology


2021 Young Leader

"It is very important for me to share my voice so I can speak not only for myself, but also for those who do not have the opportunities and platforms that I do have, such as the less fortunate, the vulnerable and marginalised groups of people. I believe that no one should be left behind in conversations that matter."

Kanio Bai Gbala

Executive Chairman of the Liberia Anticorruption Commission


2021 Young Leader

"As a Young Leader, but also as an average person, it is important that we share and spread the word about what drives us so that humanity is inspired to create a more equal, just and inclusive world."

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Word from the co-founders

"To rethink the world we live in today, it is imperative to involve the younger generations. They are sharp, aware, committed and above all, they represent the future. And by 2050, ¼ of "that future" will be in Africa! French-African Voices is therefore the platform for expression of African youth and elsewhere to prepare this common future."

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