Chad

N’Djamena— In a context of perpetual change, facing serious conflicts and crises, growing terrorist threat, the increasingly recurrent economic recession, the perverse effects of climate change, underdevelopment, unprecedented migratory movements, Chad has organized its first ambassadors conference after 19 years to embark on ...

N’Djamena— The Youth Olympic Games (YOG) kicked off on September 02 and continued until 21 September. The Opening Ceremony took place at Paris-Congo Stadium in Chad’s capital city. The YOG is a multi-sport event organized by Young Diplomats to commemorate ...

N’Djamena—Young Diplomats held a half-day seminar in Chad on May 4, entitled “Food Security and Peace Building in the Sahel Region.” The purpose of the seminar was to assess the chronic food insecurity in the region, the current and future ...

Chadian Foreign Minister Cherif Mahamt Zen’s exclusive interview with Young Diplomats Young Diplomats’ Africa Regional Director, Idriss Zackaria, conducted an exclusive interview last week with Chad’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Cherif Mahamat Zen, in the Chadian ...

N’Djamena – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in N’Djamena this morning of January 20, 2019. It is the first visit by an Israeli authority to Chad since the breakup of diplomatic relations in 1972. A visit Netanyahu described as ...

Keeping the process on track It is clear that the foreign affairs strategy under the fourth republic is based on the principles of good neighborliness and friendship, documenting and cementing the nudity of relations with neighboring countries and seeking good ...

Since gaining its independence from France in 1960, there have rarely been so many open questions regarding Chad’s role in the world. What is Chad’s place in Africa, CEMAC or the African Union? What risks and opportunities exist for Chadian ...

Chad has ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) in 1995, more popularly known as the Women’s Convention is the international women’s rights treaty that spells out women’s rights and obliges governments to ...

Young Diplomats has the immense pleasure to introduce a new project called the Young Diplomats Leader(s) of the Month. The people featured in this project, showing a great potential and desire to make a positive impact, are significantly contributing to ...
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The discussion has begun today in the Chadian capital Ndjamena, in an extraordinary summit of heads of state of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC). Equatorial Guinea and Gabon are the last countries to have endorsed the ...