Chronicles of Activism

chronicles of social activism

Albert's steadfastness and dedication have been inspired by a number of historical life events and experiences;

some great triumphs against all odds, fondly identified as key milestones of the progressive movement:

      1. The campaign against the iron curtain that lead to the fall of the Berlin wall and despotic regimes of the Eastern Bloc

      2. The anti-apartheid struggle that united a rainbow of forces and brought an end to a deplorable epoch of human history

      3. The unprecedented demand by the Jubilee Campaign for debt cancellation that changed the discourse on debt

      4. His first hands-on national election, which defeated a political dynasty and elected the first African-American President

Social Enterprises

  • Marketing Ghana's Eco-tourism Industry - Berlin, Germany

  • Brenu Beach Resort Project - Brenu, Ghana

  • Transit Lodge Hotel - Accra, Ghana

  • Teshie Nungua Residential Estates - Accra. Ghana

  • Sunlife Management Holding Ltd. Accra, Ghana

  • MBA Central Hotel Reservations - Accra, Ghana

  • Residential Rental Property - Bethesda and Only, MD

Advocacy Campaigns and Initiatives

  • Further Invigoration of Civil Society Engagement in the FFD Process - "Staying Engaged" -

  • Ecumenical Community and the United Nations - 2005 - '07

  • Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflicts - (2005)

  • Save Darfur Coalition - (2005)

  • Global Call to Action Against Poverty [Make Poverty History] (2004)

  • Millennium Development Goals - (2000)

  • Development Needs a New International Financial Order - (2000 - ‘02)

  • Jubilee Debt Cancellation Campaign - (1998)

  • People’s Alternatives to Neoliberal Globalization - (1997 - ’99)

  • Alternatives to the Dominant Financial System - (1994 - ‘96)

  • Mechanisms of Indebtedness and Impoverishment - (1991 - ‘93)

United Nations and International Conferences / Events

  • The Post-2015 Development Process and The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development -

  • The Process of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development (The Addis Ababa Action Agenda) -

  • Intergovernmental Committee of Experts on Sustainable Development Financing (ICESDF) -

  • ECOSOC Special High-Level Meetings with the World Bank, IMF, WTO and UNCTAD -

  • Special Event towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals - New York, USA '13

  • UN Millennium Development Goals Review Summit - New York, USA '10

  • United Nations Climate Change Conference - Copenhagen, Denmark '09

  • Follow-up International Conference on Financing for Development -- Doha, Qatar '08

  • UN High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness -- Accra, Ghana '08

  • UN International Conference on Financing for Development -- Monterrey, Mexico '02

  • United Nations Millennium Summit -- New York, USA 2000

  • UNGA Special Session - Social Summit +5 -- Geneva, Switzerland - 2000

  • UN Commission for Social Development - "Social Services For All" -- New York, USA '99

  • Partnerships of Equals - Afrika Jubilee 2000 -- Accra, Ghana ‘98

  • The Meaning of "Exile" in Europe: EU Parliament Hearing -- Brussels, Belgium '97

  • Empowerment for Anti-Racism Action -- Brussels & Berlin, Germany '97

  • Reconciliation: God's Gift and Source of New Life -- Graz, Austria '97

  • Religious Extremism: A Threat to Europe's Multicultural Reality -- London, UK '97

  • Understanding & Participating in Multicultural Societies in Europe -- Berlin & London, UK '96

  • Towards a New Conception of Migration -- Brussels, Belgium '96

  • Migration: The Illusions and the Realities -- Tunis, Tunisia '96

  • Wars and Conflicts and the Displacement of Young People -- Warsaw, Poland '96

  • Networking: Marginalized Youth in the Post-Modern City - Prali, Italy '96

  • Culture and Identity - Barcelona, Spain '95

  • Religious Fundamentalism & Its Impact on Democratic Grassroots Movements -- Managua, Nicaragua 1992.