The Pan-African Council (PAC) is an independent, professional leadership organization composed of a passionate and visionary network of prominent pan-Africanists who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in their respective fields of entrepreneurship, government, commerce, sciences and engineering, media, academia, culture, among others. PAC serves as an umbrella organization dedicated to fostering cooperation and bridging the Diaspora divide among Africans and people of African descent by developing resilient political, cultural, educational, and commercial partnerships.


The Council supports and sponsors programs and activities that develop visionary, social-conscious leadership. More specifically, PAC engages in two separate lines of activity in order to achieve its singular mission and vision, namely, policy advocacy and the economic empowerment.
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Professional membership in the Pan-African Council is open to Africans and people of African descent throughout the world. Accepted members are individuals who have demonstrated leadership in their respective fields, are active in the positive development of Africa and/or their local communities, and are willing to commit their time, resources and expertise in the promotion of the Pan-African Council’s goals and programs.
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Recent News

The Council’s latest news and developments from around the globe.

PAC Forges New Educational Partnerships for the Diaspora in Brazil and Colombia

PAC Forges New Educational Partnerships for the Diaspora in Brazil and Colombia

Pan-African Council Ambassador to Brazil, Mr. Rodrigo Faustino, alongside the special advisor to the Government for the Campos Prefecture in Brazil, Mr. Rogerio Siqueira have established a cooperation framework for educational exchange in the sciences and humanities with the Republic of Colombia.

Next Einstein Forum (NEF) Call for Applications

The Next Einstein Forum (NEF), Africa's global forum for science, is pleased to announce the Call for Applications to the 3rd Class of NEF Fellows.
Pan-African Council Brazil

New Office: Pan-African Council Brazil

The Pan-African Council announces a new office location in Sao Paulo, Brazil (located at Rua Frei Caneca 1407 - 311, Consolação, São Paulo) in partnership with Ebony English in order to provide resources and better serve the Afro-Brazilian…