Pan-African Writers
Association(PAWA)
About us

Pan-African Writers
Association (PAWA)

The Pan African Writers Association (PAWA), founded in November 1989, is a Ghana-based cultural institution “born in the larger crucible of Pan Africanism. It is an umbrella body of writers’ associations on the African continent and the Diaspora.

Mission: to strengthen the cultural and economic bonds between the people on the African continent against the background of the continent’s acknowledged diverse but rich cultural, political and economic heritage.

Biography of our General Secretary

Dr. Wale Okediran

Dr. Wale Okediran served as a Member of the Nigerian Federal House of Representatives from 2003 to 2007,contributing to advocacy, regional dialogue and policy development, leading to improvements in health across Africa. He has consulted for several international and local development agencies such as Constella Futures International USA, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, USIS, UNAIDS, NPHCDA, NACA, UNICEF, Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria, andAction Aid.

News & Press Releases

INAUGURATION OF THE SDG BOOK CLUB AFRICAN CHAPTER

AFRICAN CHAPTER, UN SDG BOOK CLUB After 8 months of planning and building, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Book Club African Chapter is here. It is a unique, multi-lateral…

April 23, 2021
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ABOUT THE PAN- AFRICAN LITERATURE PRIZE

Pan-African Grand Prize for Literature   PREAMBLE Culture must have a central place in the political agendas of nations because it plays a major role in the development of people….

April 12, 2021
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PAWA APPOINTS INTERIM COUNCIL

An Interim Council has been put in place to oversee the affairs of the Pan African Writers Association (PAWA) until the Association’s next Congress. This development followed the resignation of…

February 15, 2021
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