Our organisation, the Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP), was represented at a recent debate organised by The Guardian in London. The discussion was aimed at debunking myths about Africa, and Ms Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, the PCAP director, was one of the panellists. Listen to The Guardian Podcast.
The Policy Centre for African Peoples was represented at a recent TV debate on the education of girls in Africa by its Director, Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell. Watch the TV debate
Bala in the Mali Kingdom is an entertaining and adventurous novel, which combines fiction and magic with real historical and cultural African heritage. Not only is this a historic novel but also one that introduces us to the need of love and trust in our lives through the unexpected adventures of Bala in a fictional […]
The African Union and the Battle for Africa’s Soul in the 21st Century is a paper written by the Director of the Policy Centre for African Peoples, Sylvie Aboa-Bradwell, to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the African Union. The-AU-and-the-Battle-for-Africas-Soul, pdf Read The African Union and the Battle for Africa’s Soul in the 21st Century […]
I believe a lot in being inspired and galvanised into action by somebody, as this happened to me. I was meant to be a boring, conventional academic, but I abandoned academia and became a campaigner/ educator for African communities after hearing the late Dr Tajudeen Abdul-Raheem speak on a BBC Radio 4 programme –Any […]
We are called African Peoples Advocacy rather than African People’s Advocacy because we acknowledge and welcome the diversity and nuances inherent in the concept of “African”. Our organisation, the African Peoples Advocacy (APA) works to provide a platform for the engagement and education of African communities and key stakeholders on topics that are of relevance […]