Conference of African NGOs: “Need to resolve African crises, notably; Sahrawi cause,” Debeche


Participants in the 2nd International Conference of African Member Organizations of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), themed “Africa’s involvement in addressing the migration crisis”, organized by the African Parliament in collaboration with the National Association for Youth Exchanges (ANEJ) and “Initiative Agenda 2063” collective at the International Conference Centre (ICC), noted the need to achieve security, stability and peace in Africa, emphasizing that Africa must rise to the challenges witnessed nowadays.

The work of the first day of this conference, which will run until 21 November, focused on the major elements that contributed to the emergence of crises in the African continent.
The speakers welcomed, on this occasion, the key and pioneering role played by Algeria in Africa, its participation in decision-making and its efforts for the respect of human rights. They highlighted, in this regard, the culture of peace and reconciliation adopted by Algeria in the treatment of crises and conflicts.

For his part, Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Algiers 3, Ismail Debeche, pointed out that “the African continent must resolve its crises without relying on foreign and Western interventions that adopt, he said, a policy of provoking crises to sell their weapons.”

He criticized the limited role played by the United Nations in resolving crises in some countries, as well as its almost identical positions to those of the West, making this international body a means at the service of the great powers.

Mr Debeche stressed, moreover, the need to find quick and effective solutions to crises in Africa and resolve the outstanding issues, notably;  the Saharawi cause. 

Besides, President of the African Civil Society Parliament, Jean Claude D. Kesse, called on the African transit countries to assume their responsibility towards the African migrant and respect his dignity, stressing the importance of an inclusive dialogue to help Africans.

He also called for a serious, courageous and responsible dialogue between the EU, transit countries, countries of origin and civil society, and the anchoring of the principle of North-South and South-South cooperation.


As a reminder, Algeria is hosting the second international conference of African organizations Ecosoc, under the theme “Africa’s involvement in addressing the migration crisis”, being held from 19 to 21 November.

According to the organizers, Algiers conference is aimed at “strengthening interstate exchanges and cooperation between African countries and in the South-South zone”, also making recommendations to ensure “the sustainability of the regulations, policies and strategies for development “.






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