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The Guiding Light: Cultivating Population into Citizenry

“A great flame follows a little spark.” – DanteAfrica has the fastest growing youthful population. The challenges of transforming this population into an upstanding citizenry are vast and manifold. Securing employment and ensuring that African youth are economically active and not working poor is a step, but by far not a premier destination. Economic pundits have too narrowly shaped our view of the world into economic variables, despite our progressive economies the great leap into the great…See More
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The Guiding Light: Cultivating Population into Citizenry

“A great flame follows a little spark.” – DanteAfrica has the fastest growing youthful population. The challenges of transforming this population into an upstanding citizenry are vast and manifold. Securing employment and ensuring that African youth are economically active and not working poor is a step, but by far not a premier destination. Economic pundits have too narrowly shaped our view of the world into economic variables, despite our progressive economies the great leap into the great…See More
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http://www.ashesi.edu.gh/
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Ashesi University
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Business, Conservation, Development, Ethics, Finance, Sustainability
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Hello, am Raymond Munyaradzi Chivere an undergraduate student at Ashesi University (Ghana). I am interested in applied ethics and its manifestation in business, industry and governance. I hope to learn more about actionable ethics, in particular, how ethical challenges are addressed in the global environment.

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The Guiding Light: Cultivating Population into Citizenry

Posted on October 23, 2017 at 6:14am 0 Comments

“A great flame follows a little spark.” – Dante

Africa has the fastest growing youthful population. The challenges of transforming this population into an upstanding citizenry are vast and manifold. Securing employment and ensuring that African youth are economically active and not working poor is a step, but by far not a premier destination. Economic pundits have too narrowly shaped our view of the world into economic variables, despite our progressive economies the great leap into…

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