Ghazaly meets the youth of the Nasser Movement in Zambia
Ghazaly meets the youth of the Nasser Movement in Zambia... coinciding with the International Youth Day celebrations.
Ghazaly discusses the media strategy of the Nasser Movement in Zambia.
Zambia seeks to transfer the Egyptian experience in empowering youth.
Ghazaly: The Nasser Movement enhances bilateral relations between Egypt and Zambia at the youth level.
Ghazaly: Building the nation-state begins with reviving the national memory of the people.
Hassan Ghazaly, the founder of the Nasser Youth Movement and Nasser Fellowship for international Leadership, met with members of the national branch in Zambia, coinciding with the International Youth Day celebrations. This occurred on the sidelines of his presence in the capital, Lusaka, to participate in the meetings of the Continental Document for Youth Employment, organized by the African Union Commission in cooperation with the International Labor Organization from August 8th to 12th of this year.
During the meeting, the youth of the Nasser Movement discussed several key topics, including the media strategy, ways to network with decision-makers, designing activities that fit local community development, mechanisms to activate the national chapter of the Nasser Movement in Zambia, and ways to collaborate and form partnerships with local institutions and civil society organizations to conduct capacity-building workshops and courses to enhance inclusivity and social responsibility by involving students from schools, universities, and graduates.
At the beginning of the discussion, Ghazaly welcomed the new members of the Nasser Youth Movement branch in Zambia, noting that graduates of the Nasser Felloeship for International Leadership from Zambia were among the first to establish a national branch of the movement as one of the outputs of the initial batch of Nasser Fellowship. He praised the pioneering efforts of the movement's members in forming partnerships with local institutions and structures, as well as their commitment to transferring the Egyptian experience in various fields, particularly in developmental empowerment of youth, emphasizing that the movement constitutes a form of public and bilateral diplomacy between Egypt and Zambia.
On his part, Edward Nadimala, the coordinator of the Nasser Youth Movement in Zambia, affirmed the impact of the Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership on his professional journey. He pointed out that immediately after graduating from the Fellowship, he worked on transferring its experience to the youth of Zambia at the local level. He succeeded in expanding the movement's activities to various segments of Zambian society. This led to his invitation as an honorary guest in the next round of the Fellowship, during which he met several young leaders representing the Non-Aligned Movement, resulting in cooperation between them, and he was subsequently chosen to be the coordinator of the Non-Aligned Movement in Zambia.
In a related context, Ghazaly emphasized the concept of the nation-state and ways to solidify its principles in the upcoming generations by emphasizing the national memory of the people and reviving the memory of the pioneers of thought, culture, and struggle for liberation. He highlighted the role of national institutions in building trust with citizens and their role in promoting the youth's attachment to their countries. He pointed out that building the future is fundamentally linked to our return to our roots and our utilization of the heritage left by the founding fathers of the African Union."