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Amady Aly Dieng Memoires d’un Etudiant Africain Volume II Aly Dieng

Amady Aly Dieng Memoires d’un Etudiant Africain Volume II

$24.70

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    Amady Aly Dieng Memoires d’un Etudiant Africain Volume II

    Editorial: CODESRIA

    Idioma: Francés

    ISBN: 9782869785328

    Formatos: PDF (con DRM de Adobe)

    Compatibles con: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & eReaders

    $24.70

    Medios de pago
      Amady Aly Dieng Memoires d’un Etudiant Africain Volume II Aly Dieng

      Amady Aly Dieng Memoires d’un Etudiant Africain Volume II

      $24.70

      Medios de pago

        Amady Aly Dieng Memoires d’un Etudiant Africain Volume II

        Editorial: CODESRIA

        Idioma: Francés

        ISBN: 9782869785328

        Formatos: PDF (con DRM de Adobe)

        Compatibles con: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & eReaders

        $24.70

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          Sinopsis
          The advent of formal independence in former French colonies in Black Africa meant the dawn of a new era: the struggle against neocolonialism. African students rallying around this struggle became new strangers and targets for expulsion out of France. The French government of the time resorted, therefore, to massive expulsions against their labour and political organizations. The implementation in 1956 of the Loi-cadre Gaston Defferre – meant to divide up Black Africa under French dominion – and the ensuing explosion of the two great AOF and AEF federations along with the cancellation of scholarship federal commissions will considerably weaken the Fédération des étudiants d’Afrique noire en France (FEANF) [African Student Federation in France] in favour of territorial sections. This meant that African governments were to take charge of their own students. In turn, the former used their embassies and scholarship territorial commissions to squelch those student organizations that were hostile to their collaboration with the French authorities. Among the repressive strategies were the cancellation of scholarships and grants to hotels and residences that were reserved for their students (La Maison de la Côte d’Ivoire, du Gabon, de la Haute Volta, du Congo, d’AOF), the creation of pro-government associations such as that of the Senegalese Progressive Union (UPS), the Student Movement for the African and Malagasy Organization (MEOCAM), and the National Union for Students of Côte d’Ivoire (UNECI). This marked the beginning of the decline of the Fédération des étudiants d’Afrique noire en France (FEANF). The worm had entered the fruit of unity with the implementation of the Loi-cadre.
          Acerca de Aly Dieng

          Amady Aly Dieng, born 22 February 1932 at Tivaouane (Senegal), PhD in Economics and retired International civil servant with the Central Bank for West African States (BCEAO), taught at Cheikh Anta Diop University, Dakar. He served as leader of the General Students Association of Dakar (AGED) which was created in 1952 and in 1956 became the General Union of West African Students (UGEO). He also served as president of the Federation of black African Students in France (FEANF) in 1961 and1962.

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