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Mamadou Diagna Ndiaye, President of the Senegalese National Sports and Olympic Committee (CNOSS), and member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), travels the world with tenacity and enthusiasm. Especially since 2018, when Dakar was declared host city of the next Youth Olympic Games (YOG) to be held in 2026. The stakes are high.

Publié en février 2024

Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera made the June cover of Time magazine for bravely defending LGBT rights, a crime punishable by life imprisonment without parole in Uganda

Publié en janvier 2016

“Worse than ever!” John Githongo doesn’t mince words about corruption in Kenya. “President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration is the greediest we’ve seen in 20 years

Publié en janvier 2016

This 58-year-old lawyer’s tireless work led a court in Brussels, Belgium to indict Chad’s former dictator Hissène Habré for crimes against humanity

Publié en janvier 2016

“We try to respect the views of others, so they should respect ours!” Philippe Ouédraogo, the archbishop of Ouagadougou, elevated to cardinal by Pope Francis in February 2014

Publié en janvier 2016

It’s that time of year again: we’re presenting our (necessarily subjective) choice of those who have made their mark on an often tragic year. AM wanted to spotlight these civil society players who, despite being outside the usual circles of power, are intent on making a difference and changing how the world works. The list is undoubtedly incomplete, but it sends a message of hope.

Publié en avril 2016

On 24 November, another deadly terrorist attack – the third in a year – hit Tunisia, in addition to many attacks in the Mount Chaambi region and against the security forces. Grief, resilience and

Publié en janvier 2016

Luaty Beirão has just ended a 36-day hunger strike – one day for every year that Angola’s president, José Eduardo dos Santos, has been in power. The 33-year-old Angolan-Portuguese rapper

Publié en janvier 2016

In 2006, barely 22 and holding a degree in political philosophy, Hadeel Ibrahim joined the foundation that her father, the Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim, had just set up

Publié en janvier 2016