We are delighted to announce that we were recently granted funding from the Aviva Community Fund to implement our Lead4Hope project in the London borough of Hackney. Lead4Hope is an initiative that will enable our organisation, the Policy Centre for African Peoples, to deliver leadership and mentoring sessions to disadvantaged young people from the London Borough […]
Overview of the Project: Lead4Hope is an educational project that the Policy Centre for African Peoples is planning to implement in the London borough of Hackney between March 2018 and March 2019. The main purpose of Lead4Hope is to provide an effective avenue for educating a group of up to 50 disadvantaged young people […]
‘I will serve you with love,’ Emmanuel Macron, the youthful new President of France, said in his victory speech. This has been widely derided and dismissed throughout the world as the sort of cheesy statement that only the leader of the cheese-addicted French people could utter in a political context. As a black African, I […]
The PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, participated in a recent TV debate discussing the social, political and economic situation of Ghana 60 years after its independence. The debate was chaired by the journalist Amina Taylor, Ms Aboa-Bradwell’s co-debater was the Ghanaian journalist Jon Offei-Ansah. Watch the Debate.
On 15th October 2016, the PCAP Director, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, was the guest of the renowned journalist Denise Epote on TV5 Monde, to discuss leadership in Africa. Watch the interview
Designing Your Roadmap to Success –By Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell When people hear that I am, at once, a self-development trainer, a writer publishing works in English, Spanish and French, a think tank founder and director, an international speaker and a mother of two, they often label me “successful.” The thing with success, though, is […]
The PCAP Director, Ms Aboa-Bradwell, was recently interviewed by Women in Foreign Policy Magazine. Read the interview.
The late Professor Wangari Maathai once said that the wonderful thing about Africans, and their biggest strength, is that they never give up; they have had countless historical and practical reasons for succumbing to despair, but they never do. So as the terrorist group Boko Haram slaughters, kidnaps and enslaves people in my native […]
The latest policy brief written by the Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples, Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, was published in Global Development Goals, a compilation of articles by prominent thinkers recently released by the United Nations Association-UK. The policy brief, titled “Myth-Busting: a sine qua non for Africa’s 21st century development“, argues that persistent […]
We are delighted to announce that Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, Director of our think tank, the Policy Centre for African Peoples, was appointed to the Advisory Board of the British Award for Africa Development (BRAAD) in September 2014. “It is a great honour and pleasure to serve on the Advisory Board of the British Award for Africa Development, […]