THE AFRICAN UNION’S PLAN TO BETTER THEMSELVES

The delegates at the Montreal United Nations Conference will be debating many imperative topics. Today the African Union discusses achieving an agenda for 2063. The delegates talk about what the countries they are representing would like to have accomplished by then.

Countries have expressed their desire to work on things such as bettering in terms of gender equality, the youth of Africa, and corruption. How will they manage to achieve all of these goals? According to plenty of delegates the answer is peace. Peace with others and peace with each other is believed by lots of countries in the African Union to be sufficient to  fulfil their goal by the time 2063 rolls around.

Other countries have stated that a better quality of education will make the youth of Africa understand the mistakes made in the past, and to not make them again. Although Zimbabwe and some other delegations believe that it is simply not enough.

Mya Smith - BBC