In this episode of our 3-part webinar series, the panellists discuss what impact pan-Africanism has had on youth advocates across Africa, as well as its importance in youth advocacy. It also features an engaging discussion on the role of language and trade within Africa and how they affect the success and/or failure of pan-Africanism.

The session- moderated by Catherine Rodgers, the Hub Director at Restless Development Uganda- featured Varyanne Sika from Kenya, Levi Sigh from South Africa and Christina Chilimba from Malawi. Varyanne describes herself as a feminist researcher, writer and editor. Levi Sigh is a  Youth Strategy Officer at SRHR Africa Trust and Christina Chillimba is  a youth advocate – RMNCAH at the Graca Machel Trust in Malawi.

We would like to thank everyone who participated.

Enjoy listening, and keep the discussion going!

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