An interview with Adama Coulibaly, Global Programs Director of Oxfam International
The decolonization of cooperation is not an easy task for any of the actors. First of all, if we want to face the current challenges, we need to ask ourselves what kind of world we want to achieve.
Carlos Cambuta is the general director of ADRA- Action for Rural Development and Environment, a civil society organization that works to promote sustainable development in Angola through the implementation of projects to support community development and the presentation of concrete proposals to the government and other actors in defense and valuation of human rights.
How can an NGO from the global North begin to decolonize its practices? Asier Hernando Malax-Echevarria analyzes and describes four steps that every NGO from the global North should take into account if they want to change their practices and work with the society of the global South.
Sérgio Calundungo is an Angolan academic and activist with studies in development and international cooperation. He is an Africanist and from there he likes to speak. He is the founder of the Social Observatory of Angola and former director of ADRA, one of the largest social organizations in the country.