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Young Zambian Activist Walks the Walk

In November 2021, Zulu embarked on a nine-day, 255-mile walk from his hometown of Chingola to the capital city of Lusaka to raise awareness about government accountability; transparency; and inclusion of youth, women, and people with disabilities in civic decision-making.

"I like to call myself a voice for young people and an activist for good governance," Zulu said during a Carter Center event held in conjunction with the Summit for Democracy in Lusaka in late March 2023.

Zulu is a member of Alliance for Accountability Advocates Zambia (AAAZ), a Carter Center-supported organization that promotes the meaningful participation of youth in the public arena.

Read his story here: https://www.cartercenter.org/news/features/p/democracy/young-zambian-activist-walks-the-walk.html

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