The Africa Alpbach Network (AAN) is another alumni network which was founded in 2019 with the headquarters in Ghana. Currently, it has 77 members in at least ten African countries. The AAN wants to provide a neutral and non-partisan space for young African intellectuals to engage in critical and problem-solving dialogue for its continent. With the support of the EFAF (European Forum Alpbach Foundation) and other well-meaning partners, the network believes that such a Pan-African movement will inspire and drive social and economic prosperity spearheaded by the youth and promote Africa-Europe integration in the long term.
The General Assembly (members of Africa Alpbach Network) elects the board to lead and run the network. The board coordinates common activities, sets up priorities for the network and represents AAN within the European Forum Alpbach. The board also manages the external image, partnerships and representations at broader public events.