Vision and Mission
The vision of the Thabo Mbeki Foundation is to be a catalyst for the achievement of an African Renaissance by mobilizing Africa's progressive forces and creating a platform for dialogue to promote the birth of a continental social movement driven by a new cadre of leaders dedicated to Africa's political, social and economic development.
To be the catalyst for progressive change for the achievement of an African Renaissance.
The Freedom Charter was adopted in South Africa 60 years ago on 26 June 1955 at a Congress of the People in Kliptown. Roughly three thousand delegates attended the meeting. The document is characterized by its opening demand; The People Shall Govern!.
In the same year, the Bandung Conference was held bringing together representatives of 29 governments of Asian and African nations. The 1955 Bandung Conference was an important step towards the formation of the
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