The identity crisis of African societies is inherent in the coexistence of a traditional design based on the strength of the floor and a modern design based on the effectiveness of the writing. The clash between the capitalist economy and informal solidarity upset upset social structures.

 

Despite the difficulties, the dynamic encounter between different modes of production produces creative practices in rural and urban areas. The challenges of globalization that rely on internal determinants legacy and external determinants such as market logic possible to induce logical production Métis .

 

Europe can contribute to the development of harmonized methods for the new instruments of globalization are integrated into local economies that are reinventing themselves in contact with new contributions and to adopt them .

 

Far from increasing globalization can contribute to the resolution of the identity crisis in Africa by promoting the dissemination of the values ​​of this continent. New information technologies that are largely oral , including through voice recognition technology can allow the main means of transmission of the African knowledge , speech, regaining its traditional scope .

 

It is not to choose between tradition and modernity as these two concepts are not mutually exclusive. Tradition and modernity are constantly renewed and modernity is often a well understood application of traditions.

 

Beyond tradition and modernity , globalization is as irreversible and multifaceted as the individual meets the universal process. Africa can assert its own values ​​in an intersubjective dynamic and interactive with the rest of the world and Europe in particular, and this process will be implemented by a generation resolutely invested in building a better world.

 

If the old African elites too often relied on clan ties to strengthen their struggle against colonialism, the new generation is based , like Western companies on programs that transcend cultural, ethnic or racial .

 

Eurafrica try to promote a new sense of responsibility and the affirmation of a generation firmly committed to implementing practices that meet the requirements of development and democracy in the respect of freedoms.