The State of the African Diaspora is composed of several institutions.
- The first is the State Government of the African Diaspora, led by the Prime Minister, His Excellency Dr. Louis-Georges Tin. This Government was presented at the African Union Summit in July 2018. The first Council of Ministers and inauguration was held in Abidjan in November 2018.
- The second institution is the Parliament. It will notably represent the regions of the diaspora.
The goal of Africans in the Diaspora has always been to return to Africa, or at least to cultivate relationships with the land of their ancestors. It is an old Pan-African dream that is taking shape.
Beyond this reunion, it is also and above all to strengthen Africa by the diaspora, and the diaspora by Africa. This diaspora constitutes a considerable political, economic and cultural power, but this power remains insufficient because it is by definition dispersed. By establishing the necessary connections between the Diaspora and the continent, we will create unity, and therefore strength.
States are often born of war, conflict or division, such as South Sudan, Croatia, Pakistan, or the United States. The state of the African Diaspora is born contrary to a desire for peace, unity and development. The birth of a state is a rare event. A fortiori, the birth of a state of a new kind, a modern state, diasporic, consistent with the logic of the 21st century, the logic of networks.
In a strengthened Africa, youth will no longer feel condemned to exile, exposing themselves to the greatest dangers. This is why the Diaspora must serve Africa, with energy and modesty at the same time. We humbly recognize that we need each other, and we will work for the general good.
Our initial projects are:
- Heritage: the Restitution of Colonial Treasures
- Defense: International Brigades of the African Diaspora
- Territory: Land Policy
- Finance: The African Diaspora Bank
- Employment: International Agency for Internships
- Food: The Food Bank of the Diaspora
- Agriculture: Investment Funds for “Country Products”
- Education: The Digital University for Africa
- Health: Telemedecine for Africa
- Transport: The African Diaspora Airlines
- New Technologies: Silicon Valley in Africa
- Biotechnology: The Pan African Genetic Bank
- Space: The Pan-African Satellite
- Citizenship: Identity Cards and Passports
- Racism: The International Observatory on Afrophobia
- Memory: The Digital Slave Route
- Sports: Pan-African Games