PARIS, France – The President of National Organization of Libyan Youth (NOLY), Khaled Ghoul announced on Saturday in Tunis an initiative to promote African coordination to protect the rights of women, children and the youth of the African continent.
“This initiative will work to find solutions to all problems and challenges facing African women and youth,” said Ghoul at a regional conference organized by the National Union of Tunisian Women (UNFT) in partnership with NOLY, the National Forum of Tunisian Women, the Union of Students and Youth of the Sahel and Sahara Countries and the Tunisian National Youth Council.
This initiative aims to bring together all youth and women’s organizations in Africa, according to NOLY’s president.
“A commission will be created to ensure the follow-up of the common actions following the international conventions signed between the African Union and the European Union, notably those relating to the realization of development and investment projects,” he said.
For her part, UNFT President Radhia Jeribi said the initiative would seek radical solutions to all problems such as poverty, illiteracy, migration, wars and political conflicts facing women and youth in Africa.