Universities are powerful agents of change in a society. 



Cambridge learning has allowed schools internationally to develop independent thinking. A similar network of accredited, independent universities across the Anglosphere needs to also be established. In a multi-polar world the Anglosphere must embraces technological innovation combined with its core values of individualism to continue to shape the future. A network of Anglosphere Universities focusing on Steam subjects spanning the globe is key to the society’s goals of progressing the Anglosphere forward.

STEAM is a curriculum based on educating students in five specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. STEAM education will determine whether we will be able to solve immense challenges in areas such as energy, health and environmental protection. Through STEAM we will develop the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians who will create new ideas, new products, and entirely new industries in the 21st century.

Improvements in STEAM education require educators and students to think more critically and analytically while engaged in experiential learning activities. Students can’t afford to sit and do worksheets all day. Students in STEAM disciplines approach problems hands-on with finding solutions in mind. The great astronomer and sceptic, Carl Sagan said, “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Students must be curious about the world around them. STEAM education encourages curiosity and actively engages students while modelling higher level thinking skills in search for evidence to help solve problems.


Join the Anglo-African Nation today to help inspire, protect and define our unique life in Africa

The Anglo-African Nation is home for the English speaking descendants of the European diaspora who have made Africa their home since 1795.

 The Anglo-African Nation is pursuing a variety of projects. These include   building relationships with the Anglosphere countries of the United   Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand which share   a common ancestry and value system. The  establishment of trade ties   with Anglosphere countries. Lobbying the British government to issue   Anglo-Africans with a British National (Overseas) passport. The   establishment of an internationally recognised Anglo-African University in Southern Africa with English home language entrance requirements. To celebrate Anglo-African cultural events. A civil defence capacity to protect members. Provide members with financial and political news to make informed decisions. The establishment of a legal division to protect member’s constitutional rights.

To support the incorporation of the Anglo-African Nation into a multinational state where our interests are well represented. This could include supporting CapeXit, the historical homeland of the Anglo African Nation, to negotiate alliances with other African tribal nations or alternatively negotiate an autonomous 99 year territorial lease of a coastal region from an African nation to build a city state similar in scope and mission to Singapore.

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Territorial Leasing

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Facilitating trading relationships between the core Anglosphere businesses and the countries the societies reside in.

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