The African Institute
for Legal And Critical Thinking
The Institute has not yet embarked on its formal education plan.
Its main activity at this stage is the production of collective or individual research and the dissemination of knowledge, all of which relate to the knowledge and understanding of Africa
However, its director and team members are actively involved in teaching and research supervision.
The Institute has not yet embarked on its formal education plan. Its main activity at this stage is the production of collective or individual research and the dissemination of knowledge, all of which relate to the knowledge and understanding of Africa. However, its director and team members are actively involved in teaching and research supervision.
The Institute regularly organizes conferences, seminars, workshops, study days, symposia, and events on African history and current affairs in a variety of fields ranging from social sciences to information technology.
The research framework of law and critical thinking.
Founded in 2019, the Institute provides a framework for the discussion and development of law and critical thinking. The African Institute was created to provide a world-leading research and training framework for African studies, bringing together African expertise in different fields of knowledge.
To date, the institute hosts research projects in several disciplines that focus primarily on African issues.
Our objective is to provide African scholars, professionals, and populations with a framework and a forum for critical and constructive reflection on historical and current issues affecting the African continent.
The Institute welcomes a diversity of people who devote their time to research and development of African thought, consciousness, reflection, and perspective.
Vision, purpose, and principles
The vision of the Institute is to promote and disseminate African consciousness based on scientific knowledge developed by Africans from an African perspective.
The objectives of the Institute are the following:
to develop knowledge and understanding of the continent by promoting world-class research on African studies ;
to encourage and encourage better-informed decision-making on matters concerning Africa;
to provide young Africans with the tools, available knowledge, and information essential to understanding the continent.
to be a forum for discussion that can foster and develop an understanding of diverse situations concerning Africa ;
to support and promote research and the publication of research on Africa ;
make intellectual resources and recommendations available to decision-makers;
to provide high quality, targeted education and training programs for the general public and professionals;
create a virtual library on many areas of expertise;
to create a library of historical archives on the African continent in the various fields of expertise.
Independence, rigor, solidarity, commitment, and fulfillment.
We share profoundly the values related to below guiding principles.
Independence: the Institute's research and work is based on research ethics and does not allow any interference from potential sponsors.
Rigor: the Institute's research and work is conducted in such a way as to maintain its African and global influence.
Solidarity: the research and work of the Institute promotes inter-African solidarity which is a cardinal principle.
Commitment: the Institute's research and work is aimed at building an African consciousness among youth who think about their problems and use their genius to solve them.
Fulfillment: the Institute's research and work is conducted within a framework and with a view to fostering the development of African researchers.