Committee
The Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC)
Country
Seychelles

Author

Regina Jorde
Germany

Cite as https://mymun.com/ppdb/18875

Conference: Kleve Model African Union (KleMAU) 2019

Committee: Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC)

Topic: “A continent with seamless borders” - Introduction of African Passport (to improve economic growth)

Country: Republic of Seychelles

 

In the past centuries, the continent of Africa has experienced economic growth and increased solidarity between countries. The establishment of the African Union and the creation of the Agenda 2063 were significant steps in the direction of a unified and prosperous Africa. In order to achieve the aspirations of the Agenda, an African passport should be introduced.[1]

People-centered development is at the heart of policy-making in the Republic of Seychelles. Mr. Jean-Paul Adam, our Minister of Foreign Affairs, stated during the opening ceremony of the Sensitization and Motivation Campaign “As an African Small Island Developing State, with limited natural resources – it has been essential that we look to our human resource as the first platform for our development”.