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Since 2016, global wealth has grown by over $12 trillion. In the same time 10,000 African children have been forced into child labour every single week and almost 100 million children and young people in Africa are still being denied their right to education.

This is a crisis of rising global inequality and discrimination against Africa. 

Justice for Africa: Don't Cut Our Future is an African youth- and student-led global campaign demanding an end to this injustice.



Join the campaign today to be the first to hear of the Justice for Africa advocacy and mobilisation opportunities. 

Justice for Africa is powered by the determination, creativity and collaboration of young people, students and survivor-advocates across the world. Since launching in early 2023, we have already held two major global mobilisations in over 30 countries on February 20th 2023, World Day of Social Justice, and 20th October 2023, ahead of Africa Human Rights Day.

We have also come together as 70+ youth- and student-led organisations to issue
an urgent demand to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), one of the largest global financing institutions, to acts to deliver the right to education in Africa. read more about this ongoing advocacy and join us here.  



Ahead of this year's UN Summit of the Future, we organised a consultation for African youth and student leaders on what they want to see prioritised in the main outcome document of the summit, the Pact for the Future

Read the results report of the Our Future, Our Voice consultation and amplify across social media to ensure the perspectives of African young people and students are heard at this important global summit.


So far young people, students, survivor-advocates and their representative organisations in over 40 countries across 5 continents have taken action to demand Justice for Africa. 


This short guide contains lots of ideas for how you can take action and stand in solidarity with Justice for Africa on the 20th February. Inside you can find:

  • Ideas for taking action with a group

  • Ideas for taking action as an individual

  • Key slogans, messages and facts to share



Justice for Africa is organised by a global team of representatives from youth- and student-led organisations, the vast majority from Africa. Learn out more about the incredible Justice for Africa campaign leaders and their organisations below.

As co-conveners of the campaign, 100 Million and the All-Africa Students Union (AASU) work together closely to support all campaign leaders, providing ongoing coordination, training and resources to amplify their leadership nationally, regionally and globally.  AASU represents over 100 million students and young people in all 54 African countries and is the largest youth-organisation on the continent. Their commitment to mobilising members across Africa to demand the right to education for all and join Justice for Africa is core to the campaign's success and growth.

AASU's Justice for Africa lead is Samuel Sasu Adonteng, their Chief Technical Officer.


Tusekwile Imiti Ikula Foundation


Tusekwile Imiti Ikula Foundation - (TIIF) is a youth-led organization whose mission is to break the cycle of poverty through the provision of quality, equitable and inclusive health care and education to the most vulnerable and marginalized children in the Sansamwenje community, located in Isoka District, Zambia. TIIF operates on three key thematic areas: education, health and wellbeing and improving livelihoods. The organization has also built a primary school which currently serves over 150 children from vulnerable backgrounds. TIIF works towards a world where all vulnerable children in rural areas, regardless of their social economic challenges, completes has access to quality education.

REPRESENTED BY: Kelvin Nsekwila

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Kelvin is a practicing primary school teacher in Isoka District of Zambia and the Founder & Executive Director of Tusekwile Imiti Ikula Foundation-(TIIF).

He is a young, passionate, motivated community leader engaging students, adolescents, teachers and members of the general public on matters concerning education, SRHR, early marriages, youth empowerment, entrepreneurship and management. Kelvin is also a graduate in the faculty of education with a Bachelors Degree in Primary Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies.


100 Million Nigeria / Prime Goals Initiative

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100 Million Nigeria is a coalition of youth-led and youth-serving organisations across Nigeria united by their efforts to ensure the most marginalised children access their rights to freedom, safety and education. 100 Million Nigeria was grown from the engagement of it's the founder of Prime Goals Initiative (Aminu Danlami Gamandi) in the global 100 Million campaign. Prime Goals Initiative aims to improve the health & learning performance of school-aged children by reducing WASH related diseases. 100 Million Nigeria is at the forefront of campaigns for justice for Almajiri children in Nigeria and collaborates with child labour survivor-advocates for advocacy and mobilisation actions.

REPRESENTED BY: Aminu Danlami Gamandi


Aminu Danlami Gamandi, also known as Al Amin Gamandi, is a 29-year-old Nigerian chi