“We advocate a mobilization of civil society for democracy, sustainable development and economic prosperity in Africa, Asia and Eurasia” – Ali GEDIKOGLU, President of Cojep international.


  • United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16 by 2030: peace and justice.
  • United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6 by 2030: a direct contribution to democratic progress and contribute to the sustainable development of developing countries through humanitarian aid actions (access to drinking water and basic foodstuffs ).
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals 17 for 2030: Increase the democratic and economic integration of developing countries with the world. Have more effective international institutions, rethink the place of developing countries.
  • UN Sustainable Development Goal 1 by 2030: pave the way for economic investment through promotion of the countries concerned in the media, in international forums, etc. and fight against poverty.
  • Strengthen the democratic image of developing countries.
  • Support the capacity and the right of peoples to choose and influence their development through panels made up of local personalities active in their locality and community.
  • To be a bridge to establish solid contacts with international organizations through COJEP INTERNATIONAL’s 20-year experience in international diplomacy.
  • Provide experience and training support to non-governmental organizations in developing countries.
  • Provide citizens with a way to organize themselves to do what is important to them or to express their opinions: including concrete measures to combat racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and intolerance via the Durban Declaration.
  • Fight against poverty and inequalities, develop policies and programs with a human rights-based approach: formation of alliances of a composite transnational civil society engaged in issues of rights and protection of migrants and their families.

The first Global Forum for African Civil Solidarity will bring together:

  • Official representatives of States;
  • Politicians: speakers from international organizations such as the UN, UNESCO, Council of Europe, and ITT;
  • Diplomats;
  • NGOs: speakers from non-governmental representatives active in international organizations such as the UN, UNESCO, the Council of Europe, and ITT;
  • Media: 10 leading journalists in the global media;
  • Scientists;
  • National artists.