“My life is here, change your laws to allow me to exist and blossom.”

Pam Luster is a popular musician from Burkina-Faso, who has taken an active, and valuable, role in civic affairs in her home country. Although taking her first steps as a musician in a choir at the age of 8, she achieved fame throughout the region following her participation in programmes, including Faso-Académy (2011), Castel Live Opéra (2012), and the Grand Prix with her well-loved song, Moderne (2013).

In 2014, she represented the city of Ouagadougo at the Divercities Festival in Grenoble (France), and released her first album L’heure de Gloire in 2015. She held the position of Deputy Secretary General of the Burkinabè Women Artists/Musicians Association (ABFAM) from 2015 to 2017. Her second album Tous Frères is dedicated to the fight for citizenship rights in her country.

Ms. Luster was an active supporter and participant in the celebrations for the 3rd anniversary of the IBelong campaign in Burkina-Faso. At that time, she recorded a song specifically about statelessness, called Rogm Sebre, which she performed in TFM (Dakar), during their special programming dedicated to the eradication of statelessness in the region.

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eShun (Ethel Esi Eshun)

Ghana - Musician, Singer

“There are at least 10 million people in the world who don’t belong to any country, and I am honored to help eradicate this man made problem.”

Pino (M. Ibrahim Ahmed)

Mali - Actor, Musician

“The stateless persons are invisible patriots in a land that saw them born. Stateless people, citizens nowhere. Let’s fight for their rights”.

Cheikh Lô

Senegal – Singer, Musician

« Tout ce qu’il faut pour mettre fin à l’apatridie, c’est la volonté politique. »

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