Pan African Forum (UK) Ltd wishes to inform the African continent that we shall hold a 3day virtual Conference bringing together over 200 participants from Africa, and the Diaspora between 5th May-7th May 2021.


The participants are drawn from 54 nations, with each country selecting both current and past STUDENT LEADERS OF UNIVERSITIES across Africa and in the diaspora.


Key Note Speakers during the Conference


Prof. PLO Lumumba
Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki ( Second President Of South Africa )
Dr. Arikana Chihombori Quao
Prof. Jared Onyari
Joaquim Chissano (Former President of Mozambique)
Dr. Riak Machar
Dr. Amina Mohammed
Sir James Brathwaite
Dr. Jessy Mashate
Dr. Ruhakan Ruganda- Opening remarks
 Juliet Makhapila
Wenseslaus Mangadza
Tasara Sibongile Madzvamuse Moyo
Saxon Zvina
Rebecca Orare
Petronila Adongo
Charles Lemein
Arch. Antony Manyara
 Abigale Mupambi
Dr. Lily Mwangi
Ruth Bolo
Miriam Ogutu
Muneyi. X. Zavare
Mr Maina Gana

Mundalo M Advice
Esther Vongai Zimudzi 


  1. Through this initiative with the young leaders from each country, we hope to achieve and begin a rebirth of Africa that will create an outstanding niche to motivate Africa’s youth to over exert their opportunities


  1. The oppression of the African people and the youth has been felt primarily in this decade. The hope that was ripped from Africa has been felt by our continent.  This lies in the fact that we have to settle in economic allocations given to us by the debt we constantly have to repay due to the slavery we endured.  This is something we must change for the sake of our generations to come. Unemployment has become more of a system, than a problem.  The opportunities can be created but they have to be WANTED.
  1.  Africa has a vast growth of opportunities growing in each sector, from Energy, Medicine, Entertainment, the Jewelry Industry, Health/ Mental health, Sports, Tourism, Communications and Arts to name but a few. as a young generation we need to embrace utilizing our former generations, and their connections to integrate opportunities across Africa. The goal for the youth in this concept is to sit down, and come up with strategies amongst each other to create these opportunities through “connections revenue”.


 Dialogue on Unemployment 

Unemployment is not something we need to shout too loud about to our governments, to provide solutions. Governments, president’s and businesses men, will always give an ear to a solution than to continuous complaint.

Just like a university offers scholarships and honors to students who work hard, some might argue that they have ideas and concepts but have no recognition to implement them.  This is where our young leaders come in, and through them each country come up with demographics in both rural and urban areas to face these issues in different industries.  Once a diagnosis has been done, the leaders work together with their governments to come up with opportunities, and not just word of mouth projects. The notion that funded international projects are all we need in Africa, is something we need to retreat from our mindset and take action as young leaders.

Before the West conditioned our minds during the era of Barter
Trade, we trusted each other by word of mouth and action.  The only way our young and old can come together for the benefit of their countries, is through trust with action.

“The resources, raw materials and brains are all over Africa, the only trade Africa needs to be doing is with export and import in industries are essentially required to its growth, the rest is something we can create in Africa and export out of Africa. Dependency amid such times needs to be digressed into Co-dependency with other continents.”


Innovative Concepts

Creating these concepts and reaching the masses, can be generated with telecommunication companies in each of these countries through coordination and initiatives, that will motivate the youth to participate. In addition, using recruitment agencies that actually engage and are in coordination
with organizations on a larger scale across Africa that offer sponsorship of employment and exchange of “product of the mind “persons who are hardworking students. is one concept to reach the masses.

A lot of different ideas can be born, However the sole purpose is to give each individual from each demographic and social class a chance to attain the minimum wage to feed their families, food insecurity is not necessarily a government issue but an initiative issue through coming together. Education can reach the masses and can be experienced from all circumstances, It’s also a matter of who will fight for it and want it when given a platform to retrieve it, some issues can be solved through innovation of young leaders with support of their governments.

Pan African Case

These young leaders need to get the push to assist each other from each generation. Focus on their own accolades is not beneficial to anyone. Oppression should not be an African thing. Accolades in African home’s, has never been about the benefit of one but of the whole family. It’s time to go back through rebirth of Africans with better western tactics that were conditioned to us.


Key speakers Bio details     


Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba

Is a Kenyan (born 17 July 1962)  who served as the Director of the Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission from September 2010 to August 2011. Since 2014, Lumumba has been the Director of The Kenya School of Law. An eloquent lawyer, Lumumba earned his LL.B and LL.M degrees at the University of Nairobi. His LL.M thesis is titled National Security And Fundamental Rights. Additionally, Lumumba holds a PhD in Laws of the Sea from the University of Ghent in Belgium. Lumumba is a staunch Pan-Africanist and has delivered several powerful speeches alluding to or about African solutions to African problems.
He is an admirer of Patrice Lumumba and Thomas Sankara, the assassinated revolutionary leaders of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burkina Faso, respectively. Lumumba has referred to and quoted them several times in his speeches. Lumumba is also remembered for his emotion-laden and energetic speech in Uganda at the third Anti-Corruption Convention. On August 28, 2015, the PAV Ansah Foundation invited Lumumba to speak at the 2015 PAVA Forum on Good Governance and tiop, Whither Africa.


Thabo Mbeki | president of South Africa | Britannica

Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki ( Second President of South Africa )

Thabo Mvuvelwa Mbeki is a South African politician who served as the second President of South Africa from 16 June 1999 to 24 September 2008.
During his tenure in office, the South African economy grew at an average rate of 4.5% per year, creating employment in the middle sectors of the economy. The Black middle-class was significantly expanded with the implementation of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE). This growth increased the demand for trained professionals, whose numbers were strained by emigration due to violent crime, but failed to address unemployment amongst the unskilled bulk of the population. He attracted the bulk of Africa's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and made South Africa the focal point of African growth. He was the architect of NEPAD whose aim is to develop an integrated socio-economic development framework for Africa.[11] He also oversaw the successful building of economic bridges to BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) nations with the eventual formation of the India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) Dialogue Forum to "further political consultation and co-ordination as well as strengthening sectoral co-operation, and economic relations"

Mbeki has been a powerful figure in African politics, positioning South Africa as a regional power broker and promoting the idea that African political conflicts should be solved by Africans. He headed the formation of both the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) and the African Union (AU) and has played influential roles in brokering peace deals in Rwanda, Burundi, Ivory Coast and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He has also tried to popularise the concept of an African Renaissance. He sees African dependence on aid and foreign intervention as a major barrier, and sees structures like NEPAD and the AU as part of a process in which Africa solves its own problems without relying on outside assistance.


Arikana Chihombori-Quao

A medical doctor and activist. She is a public speaker, educator, diplomat, founder of medical clinics, and an entrepreneur. She moved to the United States after living many years in Zimbabwe. She is the CEO and founder of Bell Family Medical Centers in the United States. She was the African Union representative to the US. She was appointed in 2017. On October 7, 2019 she received notice that she was no longer "Permanent Ambassador" in a letter from the African Union Commission Chairman, Moussa Faki. She holds a bachelor's degree in General Chemistry, a master's degree in organic chemistry, and a Doctor of Medicine degree. Chihombori was a family medicine specialist in Tennessee. She practiced medicine for 29 years in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Chihombori is outspoken about the implications of the Berlin Conference that took place in Berlin, Germany, in 1885. She lectures about the outcome of the divisions on the continent of Africa that were made. She sees these divisions as a cause of some of Africa's problems that are still in effect today. She seeks to reunite African states, and Africans in the Diaspora



Jared Akama Onyari

A trained as Environmental Impact Assessment Lead Expert at Africa Nazarene University and licensed by National Environmental Management, Authority. (NEMA) appointed international Professor at United Graduate College and seminary international in the field of peace. President of Kenya Environmental and waste Management Association accredited with United Nations Environment Program, Secretary –General of Kenyan Union of Judiciary workers. Vice World President /Chairperson –Chief Global Village Forum IGO International Kenya.




 Joaquim Chissano (Second President of Mozambique)

Joaquim Chissano was born in the remote village of Malehice, Chibuto district, Gaza Province of the Portuguese colony of Mozambique (then called Portuguese East Africa). Chissano was the first black student to attend the only high school in the colony, Liceu Salazar in Lourenço Marques (present-day Maputo).[1] After leaving secondary school, he went to Portugal to study medicine[1] at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon.[citation needed] However, his political leanings caused him problems and he moved to France where he continued his studies at the University of Poitiers. In 1962, he went to Tanzania where he participated on the political movement that resulted in the foundation of the Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO) and a year later he abandoned his studies to move to Tanzania in order to serve on the fight for the independence of Mozambique

Joaquim Alberto Chissano (born 22 October 1939) is a politician who served as the second President of Mozambique, from 1986 to 2005. He is credited with transforming the war-torn country of Mozambique into one of the most successful African democracies. After his presidency, Chissano became an elder statesman, envoy and diplomat for both his home country and the United Nations. Chissano also served as Chairperson of the African Union from 2003 to 2004.

Post presidency

Since leaving the presidency Chissano has assumed the role of elder statesman and has campaigned for peace through his work as an envoy and peace negotiator for the United Nations Chissano served as Chairperson of the African Union from July 2003 to July 2004.On 4 December 2006, the United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan appointed Chissano the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General to Northern Uganda and Southern Sudan, to resolve the conflict with the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). On Chissano's 68th birthday in 2007, he was awarded the inaugural $5 million Prize for Achievement in African Leadership awarded by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation. Chissano was absent from the award ceremony because he was still working on his United Nations mission in southern Sudan. According to the award's judges "Mr Chissano's decision not to seek a third presidential term reinforced Mozambique's democratic maturity and demonstrated that institutions and the democratic process were more important than the person"
In 2010, Chissano wrote an article for The Huffington Post about water scarcity in Africa Chissano is a member of the Fondation Chirac's honour committee. He is also an independent non-executive director at Harmony Gold Mining, a South African underground and surface gold mining company as well as an Eminent Member of the Sergio Vieira de Mello Foundation
In 2014, Chissano has spoken out in favor of LGBT rights in Africa




Dr. Riek Machar

In February 2020, Machar was re sworn as vice president following a peace agreement with Salva Kiir, the current President of South Sudan. He is also the head of the rebel faction known as SPLM-IO that was founded in 2014 following the 2013 war outbreak and has been historically in opposition to Kiir. Between April and July 2016 Machar served as the First Vice President of South Sudan. He is designated to be the First Vice President according to the new "revitalized" peace agreement signed in September 2018. Riek Machar will take up the post of First Vice President when the new unity government is formed, initially in February 2019, but later delayed until February 2020[
Machar obtained a PhD in strategic planning in 1984 and then joined the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) during the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983–2005). Machar fell out with the SPLM/A leader John Garang in 1991 and formed a splinter group, the SPLM/A-Nasir. In 1997, he made a treaty with the Government of Sudan and became head of the government-backed South Sudan Defense Force (SSDF). In 2000 he left the SSDF and formed a new militia, the Sudan People's Defense Forces/Democratic Front (SPDF), and in 2002 rejoined the SPLA as a senior commander. After the death of John Garang in July 2005, Machar became vice-president of the autonomous Southern Sudan. He became vice-president of South Sudan on 9 July 2011 when the country became independent, but was dismissed from office by President Salva Kiir Mayardit on 23 July 2016. Machar was re-appointed as First Vice-President of South Sudan on 22 February 2020 as part of the Revitalised Transitional Government of National Unity.



Amina J. Mohammed

Is a Kenyan lawyer, diplomat and politician.  She is presently serving as the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Heritage and Culture in Kenya. [1] She previously served as chairwoman of the International Organization for Migration  and the World Trade Organization's General Council, as well as Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme . She served as the Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya from May 2013 to February 2018, when President Uhuru Kenyatta, after re-election, moved her to the Education docket. In March 2019, she was moved to the Sports Ministry replacing Rashid Echesa. The KNEC Director, George Magoha replaced her in the Education docket.



Journalist who sued Museveni back home

Dr. Jessy Mashate

Journalist and legal Consultant at JEXCELAW CONSULT (London, UNITED KINGDOM).
Been Lecturer at the University of Westminister, London, UK.
Undertakes political lobbying; Stashed Assets Tracing & Repatriations; Private Investigations; Attends media briefings in Whitehall, London and a regular political analyst with various international media house
Kampala Associated Advocates (KAA) is an international law firm based in Uganda with a presence in the countries of the African Great Lakes . The firm specializes in a range of legal issues from litigation to corporate matters. KAA has 26 lawyers, of whom 15 are partners, two senior consultants and 15 support staff, making it one of the largest legal practices in Uganda
The firm is one of the largest law firms in Uganda, with more than 40 employees As a leading law firm, in one of Sub-Saharan Africa's most dynamic economies in the energy and infrastructure arenas, the law firm is involved in the following areas, among others. (a) Media and Broadcasting (b) Banking and Finance (c) Communications (d) Capital markets (e) Dispute Resolution (f) Energy, and Infrastructure (g) Mergers and acquisitions and (h) Mining.



Dr. Ruhakan Rugandais

A Ugandan physician and politician who has been Prime Minister of Uganda since 2014. He held a long series of cabinet posts under President Yoweri Museveni beginning in 1986. He served as Uganda's Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1994 to 1996 and as Minister of Internal Affairs from 2003 to 2009. Subsequently, he was Permanent Representative to the United Nations from 2009 to 2011 and Minister of Health from 2013 to 201
While attending Makerere University in Uganda, Rugunda, commonly referred to as "Ndugu" (Swahili for "brother") by friends, served as President of the National Union of Students of Uganda (NUSU), a political youth movement.As a young political activist, Rugunda was part of the Uganda People's Congress (UPC) and was said to be close to President Apollo Milton Obote. In one of the last interviews before his death, Obote lamented as to why the brilliant Rugunda had gotten himself entangled with Yoweri Museveni and the National Resistance Movement. Rugunda was one of a few who had been seen by Obote as future leaders of the party and country.
In 1985 he met with the leaders of the Ugandan National Resistance Movement (NRM) at the inn "Zum grünen Jäger" in Unterolberndorf, Austria, for a conspirative conference to elaborate a political programme for the liberated Uganda. After Museveni took power in 1986, Ruganda held a long series of Cabinet posts: he was Minister of Health from 1986 to 1988, Minister of Works, Transport and Communication from 1988 to 1994, Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1994 to 1996, Minister of Information from 1996 to 1998, Minister at the Presidency from 1998 to 2001, Minister of Water, Lands and Environment from 2001 to 2003, and Minister of Internal Affairs from 2003 to 2009.
He also served as Chairman of the NRM Electoral Commission, as Member of Parliament for Kabale Municipality, and as President of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP). In July 2006, Rugunda led a Ugandan government negotiating team to Juba to hold peace talks with the Lord's Resistance Army.
In January 2009, he was appointed as Uganda's Permanent Representative to the United Nations. At the same time, the position was elevated to Cabinet Ministerial level in Uganda. He twice served as the President of the Security Council in July 2009 and in October 2010 during Uganda's two-year stint on the Security Council
In the cabinet reshuffle of 27 May 2011, he was instead appointed as Minister of Information and Communication Technology. In May 2013, he was moved to the post of Minister of Health, replacing Christine Ondoa, who became an advisor to the President of Uganda on public health matters.


Julliet Makhapila

Julliet Makhapila works on promoting peace and improving people's livelihoods, in the UK and in Africa. She is motivated primarily to increase understanding between people and cultures.
Julliet grew up in Kenya in her early years. She lives in the United Kingdom and loves both countries dearly. Julliet's mission statement is 'Transforming lives'
She is the Founder of many Diaspora forums, including UK Africa/Congo/Ethiopia/Ghana/Kenya, Malawi/Nigeria/Rwanda/Sierra Leone/Somalia/Tanzania/Uganda/Zambia/Zimbabwe/UK Diaspora Forum and Diversity in Kenya Communities. Also developed Asia and Caribbean links.
She is driven by professional credibility, achieved through excellence in all areas of her role, to attain job satisfaction and make a positive contribution to the success of the community, both  in the United Kingdom and also in the rest of the world. Her degree is in Applied Social Sciences Joint Degree (Bsc) - Health Studies and Social Policy. Qualified Trainer, Community Transformer, Change Maker, Philanthropist, Advocate - specializing in mental health and persons with disability, TV / Radio Shows and Social Event Organizer.
Her humble inspiration draws people into personal development and her greatest desire in this world of the understanding of embracing differences. She sees herself has a Community Transformer, Change maker, Innovator and Social Impactor. She leads in global training sessions and empowers, mentors and inspires others to take good leadership and help build a better, sustainable world for love. As an International Philanthropist and Social Entrepreneur, she is particularly focused on:
● Welfare● Peace● Environment / Improving our Planet● Safeguarding Children● Health and Wellbeing● Inclusion and Promoting Diversity and● Education of Young People / Youths / Graduates● Fashion Stylist, Image Consultant, Personal Shopper● Improving persons with disability● Sports● Mentoring / Capacity Building / Coaching / Training● Promoting Women Leadership / Gender● Micro-financing● Policy, Governance and Structure● Politics and Civics Education● Agriculture● Humanitarian Causes● Preservation of Buildings and Cultural Heritage Identity● International Development Capacity Building● Human Rights● Volunteering, Locally and Internationally● Promoting International Trade and Tourism


Wenseslaus Mangadza

Wenseslaus Mangadza a Zimbabwean born during the height of colonialism and repression when Zimbabwe was still Southern Rhodesia. My father was a member of the British South Africa Police and a Sergeant for that matter but was saluting white Constables who were junior in rank.We lived in a camp without electricity and used firewood as cooking fuel and kerosene lamps for lighting while a few meters away was a suburb for whites which was electrified.
Such differences in lifestyle made me question why we were treated as such and my late brother who died at the dawn of Zimbabwe's independence explained to me what oppression and colonial domination meant. From there I understood what it meant to be a Pan Africanist and began as a youngster to join my brother before he left to join the armed struggle in protests and anti-colonial matches.
I later joined the struggle and had intensive training and political knowledge of Pan-Africanism and what it meant to us as Africans. The end of the armed struggle made me want to pursue a career in education and used the platform as a history teacher to conscientise my students on Pan-Africanism and what it meant to be proud of one's skin color and never agree to be looked down upon by any other race.
I helped teachers join the National Orientation Program under the Ministry of Youth and hundreds of them went through the program. The program was meant to make them understand our unbiased history and what its significance to us as black Africans.,knowing one's history and linking it to the present is of great measure and brings out the best of Pan-African cadres. I currently participate in Pan-African programmes as a regular panelist on Punchline Tv Africa inorder to give my views and support on Pan-Africanism.



 Tasara Sibongile Madzvamuse Moyo

A qualified teacher of Design and Technology
Qualifications: Certificate in Education, Gweru Trs College
1st Degree in Professional Education Studies, Brighton University, UK
2nd Degree: MEd in Special Education, Social Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties (SEBD) Birmingham University, UK
Currently researching on Curriculum Development, Birmingham University UK



Saxon Zvina

Is a young Zimbabwean who was born when Zimbabwe attained its independence he has a qualifications in Metallurgical Engineering and Project Management. He enrolled at the University of Zimbabwe during the height of Zimbabwe's land reform exercise and bore the brunt of economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by UK and its allies. He is an expert in International Relations and Security.He is an avid writer of Opinion pieces which tend to provoke the critical analysis of events happening in Africa and beyond. He stayed in Mozambique for 3.5yrs  from 2016-2019 where he worked as an expatriate and researching about Mozambique as part of International relations and how Colonialism affected the social, politics, Security and politics of Africa. He is a firm believer in Africa solving its own challenges through mutual relation


Rebecca Orare

Lawyer, Former Student Leader University Of Nairobi.


Petronila Adongo

Former Vice Chair (KICOSU) Kisumu County Students Union Association Former Vice Chairlady- GLUKSO Great Lakes of Kisumu Students Union


Charles Lemein

KANU Youth Congress National Chairman.
Young Democrat Union of Africa (YDUA) Secretary for Elections And Elections Observation committee
Former Chairman St. Paul's University Students Association Chairman


Arch. Antony Manyara

President, Kenya Universities Students Organization (KUSO) ; &
Youth Advocacy Africa (YAA)


Abigale Mupambi

2020 Outstanding Human Rights Defender Award Winner in Zimbawe. National Coordinator for the Civic Society and Churches Joint Forum


Dr.Lily Mwangi

Former Vice President Kenyatta University Students   Association. (KUSA)
Former Associate Editor Kenyatta University Pharmacy Student's Association. (KUPHSA)



Ruth Bolo

Chairperson of International relations  Committee (Young Democrat Union of Africa).




Miriam Ogutu

 Kenyan broadcast journalist with a rich journalistic experience dating back from 2009.She has so far worked for four media houses in different capacities including a radio station and currently co-anchors several shows at Punchline Africa Television.



Muneyi. X. Zavare

Secretary for Administration, ZANU PF UK/EU District.


Mr. Maina Gana

Chadian Entrepreneur and Founder of Develop Africa.

The Platform that help younger Africans to take their responsibilities and build their continent.





Esther Vongai Zimudzi

Esther is an activist with interest in social and transitional justice, diversity and feminism. She has growing experience in constitutional literacy, movement building and strategic advocacy.

Esther is the founder of Section 20, a youth organization working for youth in marginalized and hard to reach communities in Zimbabwe providing constitutional literacy among many other services.

Prior to founding the organization, Esther served the Zimbabwean government as advisor to the Youth Minister , Co-Chaired the governance and legislation committee at the Political actors dialogue forum among various roles.

For close to half a decade, she has worked with civil society organizations on issues related to young women and girls, youth and vulnerable populations.

Having seen the challenges of Harare (the capital city) and the need for transformational leadership in the public sector, she took up the challenge and ran for Councillorship in the 2018 election as an Independent candidate for Ward 22 at the age of 21.

Despite not winning the election, she continues to engage her people and provide services for her community.

She is driven by the hope and possibilities of collaborating in building a society that is generous towards the poor, protective of children, afford women and men same opportunities, and protect human rights and enforce rule of law, while providing economic opportunities for all.



Mwenda Mbijiwe

Mwenda Mbijiwe is a former officer in the Kenya Defense Force’s Kenya Air Force. He is a leading security and counter terrorism consultant in Kenya and the region. He is also security analyst for many media houses in Kenya and internationally, among them Punchline Africa TV, KTN, NTV, K24, CGTN, Al Jazeera, the BBC, Voice Of America, DW Radio and TV, Radio France International, etc.



Dr. Joseph Nyandiko Nyanchama

Mission: To transform the latent energy in Kenyan people and others in the rest of the world into active energy to enable them to live a fulfilled life.

Vision: Transforming followers into leaders and leaders into agents of change.

Profile: Doctorate in Humanities & Leadership Development, MBA in Finance and Banking, BE, a Professional Accountant and Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountant of Kenya (ICPAK), member of the Institute of Directors (Kenya), a Professional Public Secretary (CPS), a Certified Trainer, a Certified Integrity Assurance Officer, Director – Dream Africa Forum ltd,  Board Member of Alliance For Africa Assistance (Kenya), Board member of Nyagokiani Sec. School, has been a lecturer at Moi Institute of Technology and also a part-time lecturer at both Kenya Polytechnic and University of Nairobi.

He is a contributing writer for various journals and magazines among them the Accountant and Management. In his publications, he focuses on strategy, leadership and personal development and has published more than sixty (60) articles. He is an author and about to complete his second book entitled, “do not cut what you can untie.” He is also a motivational speaker and continues to inspire thousands of people in forums across Kenya and beyond. He has made numerous presentations in various conferences, universities and schools



Mundalo M Advice Political and Communication strategist

A young visionary Kenyan with a vision and hope to offer transformative leadership to Kenya and the African continent. I lead Two Cents Leadership Institute, an organisation that specializes in offering leadership training, Mentorship Programmes and Communication Strategy. Graduate in Political Science & Communication.


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