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Global Reparation Fund, African Union, Caricom, Reparation Nation Limited

January 26, 2024 @ 6:00 pm - November 8, 2025 @ 9:00 pm

Reparation Nation Limited, headquartered in London, has been organizing weekly meetings and discussions in Tottenham Haringey

Weekly Meetings and Discussions in Tottenham Haringey Organized by Reparation Nation Limited

Introduction:
Reparation Nation Limited, headquartered in London, has been organizing weekly meetings and discussions in Tottenham Haringey, focusing on its new initiative, the African Diaspora Equity and Justice Alliance (ADEJA), along with the Global Reparation Fund, African Union, and Caricom. These gatherings serve as a platform for community engagement, strategy development, and coordination of efforts towards reparatory justice.

1. ADEJA Overview:
ADEJA, the African Diaspora Equity and Justice Alliance, is an initiative conceived and established by Reparation Nation Limited. It is dedicated to creating a Black African Autonomous Entity for Empowerment and Reparatory Justice. ADEJA advocates for the interests, welfare, and historical justice of the IC3 Black community, with a focus on holistic betterment and independence without external financial dependency. The initiative aims to align itself with the UK government, emphasizing the value of race and ethnicity codes for good governance.

2. Global Reparation Fund:
The Global Reparation Fund is a fund established by the African Union and Caricom in 2023. It seeks reparations for slavery from former European colonial powers. The fund, based in Africa, was discussed and initiated at the Accra Reparation Conference in November 2023. The conference emphasized the importance of a unified global movement for reparatory justice and explored options such as engaging with the United Nations and potential litigation. The British government’s resistance to reparations was noted, and discussions have been ongoing between African Union delegates and Caribbean nations.

3. African Union (AU):
The African Union is a continental union consisting of 55 member states across the African continent. It was established with the goal of enhancing political and economic integration among African countries. The AU has been actively involved in the call for reparations for slavery and played a key role in initiating the Global Reparation Fund. The AU seeks to address historical injustices and advocate for the recognition of acts of enslavement as serious violations of human rights.

4. Caribbean Community (Caricom):
Caricom, short for the Caribbean Community, is an organization of 15 Caribbean nations that promote economic integration and cooperation among its member states. Caricom has been actively involved in the global movement for reparatory justice, collaborating with the African Union to establish the Global Reparation Fund. The organization aims to speak with one voice to advance the call for reparations and has been crucial in creating a global reparations movement.

5. Weekly Meetings in Tottenham Haringey:
Reparation Nation Limited has been organizing weekly meetings in Tottenham Haringey to engage the community in discussions about ADEJA, the Global Reparation Fund, African Union, and Caricom. These meetings serve as a forum for education, dialogue, and collaboration among community members who share a common interest in reparatory justice. Representatives from Reparation Nation Limited provide updates on ADEJA’s progress, discuss strategies for engagement with the Global Reparation Fund, and share information about ongoing discussions with the African Union and Caricom.

6. ADEJA’s Plan to Take Over Control of the Global Reparation Fund:
ADEJA aims to present a comprehensive document to the African Union and Caricom outlining its plan to take over control of the Global Reparation Fund. The document will highlight ADEJA’s commitment to reparatory justice, its alignment with the UK government, and its vision for creating a transformative platform. ADEJA intends to demonstrate how its initiative can effectively contribute to the goals of the Global Reparation Fund, ensuring that funds are utilized in a manner that aligns with ADEJA’s mission of empowerment and historical justice for the IC3 Black community.

In conclusion, the weekly meetings in Tottenham Haringey serve as a crucial platform for community involvement, education, and coordination of efforts towards reparatory justice. ADEJA’s engagement with the Global Reparation Fund, African Union, and Caricom reflects a commitment to creating a unified and empowered front in addressing historical injustices and fostering international collaboration.

Organizer

John Canoe
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Venue

Reparation Corner, 41 – 47 West Green Rd, Tottenham, Haringey. N15
41 West Green Road, London, N15 5BY
London, N15 5BY GB
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