Celebrate Africa Day – 25th May 2013

Africa Day, designated by the African Union as an annual celebration of the continent’s unity, falls on 25th May each year. Celebrations to mark the day occur across the globe: in some African states, it is a designated national holiday, while in diverse cities – such as New York, London and Washington – academic gatherings and cultural showcases mark the day.
Africa Day 2013 is an especially important celebration: it marks the 50th anniversary of Africa Day and African unity. This will offer an important opportunity to reflect on the progress and transformation that has taken place across the African continent, as well as the issues that continue to hinder development, such as security, hunger and inequality.

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Our very first blog! Well, welcome to the project and to our new website. We’ll be using the blog to share the experience we are getting through the project. We’ll also use the blog to share Development Education issues and actions from the wider DE community here in ireland more around the world. Talk soon!

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