Africa Education Watch in partnership with the Coalition Against Privatisation and Commercialisation of Education, the All-Africa Students Union, the National Union of Ghana Students, with support from OXFAM International, is implementing the Education Spike Campaign aimed at promoting investment in public basic education to improve quality, as commercialisation adversely impacts on access, equity and standards in pre-tertiary education.
The Climate Change Conference that was recently organised by the United Nations in Glasgow, Scotland, is a reminder to world leaders and indeed everyone that unless a concerted, systematic, global action is adopted to stop negative human activities that destroy our planet, human survival could be at risk.
On November 14, 2021, news of the ransacking of a Catholic-Cardio-Hospital, Bamenda, North-West Cameroons, which serves Central Africa, by government troops looking for separatist fighters shocked many.
It has been both affirmed and denied that mass media has a substantial influence on people and cultures worldwide. It will perhaps be admitted that the mass media is an influential force in modern and modernising societies.