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Christopher Till: Mandela, Apartheid and the future of museums

2018 has been a hectic year for Christopher Till. The director of the Apartheid Museum, which has traveled the world in the last few...

John Kufour: the voice of a leader

John Kofour had a great responsibility when he took office as the President of Ghana in 2001. After all, it was the first time...

Roberto Azevêdo: “The multilateral system has never been so important”

Roberto Azevêdo has been Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since September 1st, 2013. Last February, demonstrating approval of his style and the...

Gilbert Houngbo: “I want to focus on the poor”

Gilbert Foussoun Houngbo took charge of the presidency of the International Fund for Agricultural Development — IFAD, on April 1st, 2017. With just a few months...

Alberto da Costa e Silva: “We need to take good care of Africa”

Alberto da Costa e Silva is a historian, poet, and diplomat. He performs diverse activities, but his passion seems to be one: Africa. He...

Issad Rebrab: The dreams of an optimist

Algerian entrepreneur expands his presence in Brazil and explains his investments beyond just the economic scenario Issad Rebrab has made more frequent trips to Brazil...

José Graziano: The goal is to end hunger

Brazilian José Graziano da Silva, 66, has worked on food security, rural development and agriculture issues for over 30 years, most notably as the...

Hélder da Costa: strength comes from uniting the fragile

Helder da Costa is a dedicated man from Dili, the capital city of East Timor, he seeks to promote discussion among countless international organizations...

Akinwumi Adesina: Africa own its destiny

THE PRESIDENT OF AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK SPEAKS ABOUT THE ADVANCES THAT AFRICA EXPERIENCED, POINTS OUT THE PERSISTENT PROBLEMS AND EXPLAINS HIS OPTIMISM ABOUT THE...