Full name Dário Abdula Camal, born in Maputo city, capital of Mozambique (Africa). A young African activist, in various International and World Youth forums such as the Pan-African Union of Youth, United Nations Youth, World Federation of Democratic Youth, Brics Youth, OIC Youth Forum, Arab-Europe Youth Forum or the Commonwealth Youth
Council, Camal is part of the new generation of Thinkers and the new wave of young leaders of Africa that are inspired by the future of the Continent and the World.
An energetic, innovative and dynamic professional who has a proven track record in a fast-paced environment. Experience of effectively running a successful in a high-pressure environment. Responsible for providing excellent standards of service, efficiency and performance through outstanding people management skills.
Russo”, to be released soon.
Multilingual officially recognized by the International Center of Linguistics, Camal is fluent speaker in Portuguese (native), Russian, Ukrainian, Afrikaans, Spanish, English, French, Italian., and a bit of Arabic.
Nationalist and Africanist by nature, Dário is a staunch defender of the causes and moral values that must govern a healthy society focused on the collective development and well-being of societies, trying to contribute to the inequalities between people being minimized to the maximum in each Mozambique and the World. For this reason, he has been an activist and volunteer at several renowned institutions such as the International Red Cross, Greenpeace, Save the Children International, UNICEF, most prominently for Macmillan Cancer Support, where he was appointed honorary ambassador from 2012 to 2015, in the fight against cancer.
In the last 3 years Camal has been notable in the televisions TVM and
TVM International, and STV and STV noticias, where he has been
International Policy Analyst and International Economics, in programs, International Observatory STV (Sundays from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.); First Page TVM (Mondays from 18h to 19h) and Tarde Informativa STV Noticias (Wednesdays from 16 to 16h45).
Strong personality, and always full of convictions, Camal never left associativism, aside, to the long years. He is currently an active member of the Mozambican Youth Organization (OJM) and a senior member of the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS). He reached the highest point when he won the International elections to run the International Association of Higher Education Students from 2012 to 2015, becoming the first Black / African to run the same in Europe, where he currently serves on the Committee Members directive.
Actually he’s Chairperson’s Committee at COMMONWEALTH YOUTH COUNCIL also member of the Board International Students Association (ISA) and one of the Young Good Influencers according with the US and UK embassies in Mozambique and various African Magazines as wrote Hamasa Magazine from Tanzania.
Also a writer of some scientific articles for the academy as for example the Contemporary Diplomatic Relations or the Relations of Mozambique and the World, or Russia and the World, A single EU capital market: from idea to implementation
Institutional Balance in EU’s Foreign Policy: Strengths and Weakness, Opportunities and Costs
International associations of business (competitive) intelligence.
International relations and cooperation: the European Union and Africa (1975-2015) The economic crisis in the European Union 2008 – 2014 and its impact on the political situation in Portugal.
The legality of the creation of military tribunals by the resolutions of the UN Security Council International relations in southern Africa: SADC Politico-economic analysis of international relations Problems of international financial regulation.
The power of Technology and Artificial Intelligence to eradicate poverty in Africa.
The influence of Artificial Intelligence in International Relations. Dário Camal is currently finalizing his work that will count on approximately 500 pages in an interesting and daring book that mixes various styles and titled: “Di (á) rio de um