A summary of the Report of the High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows
This Presentation seeks to assess, the implication of the Lagos Plan of Action beyond the year 2000 and its connectedness to the AU Vision 2063 that equally thrives to make impact into a number of areas that include inter-alia: African Identity and Renaissance; Continuation of the Struggle against Colonialism and the Right to Self-determination of People still under colonial rule; the integration Agenda: Implement the Continental Free Trade Area to ultimately establish a united and integrated Africa; an Agenda for Social and Economic Development; Peace and Security Agenda; Democratic Governance; Determining Africa’s Destiny and positioning it in the World.
Study explores gender mainstreaming experiences of Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, from Eastern Africa; and Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland and South Africa from Southern Africa.
Knowledge production and management has a crucial role in contemporary societies and more specifically in Africa, in relation with capacity development gaps. For this reason, African think tanks have a peculiar position and action in the knowledge-power interface, between exogenous and endogenous political actors and processes in African contexts.
Abstract: During the last two decades the concept of social capital is being actively popularized by scholars, namely economists, sociologists, political scientists and policy makers.
The inherent threats to Africa’s low agricultural growth and global competitiveness cannot be delinked from the demographics of the sector – the dominant role of women as the key agents
The perception on risk is sometimes inclined towards adverse and negative occurrence of events that creates vulnerabilities to an organization. Due to different perspectives and ways of responding to risks
Regional integration has been the vision of African leaders since independence. To date, Africa has witnessed the creation of 14 Regional Economic Communities (RECs). The integration vision of African leaders leaped forward on 3rd June 1991 when the Heads of State and Governments of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) adopted the Abuja Treaty establishing the African Economic Community (AEC).
Abstract: This paper makes the argument that fragile states can overcome economic vulnerability through quality of governance and that investment in capacity development, however small
Abstract: This paper draws on the extant literature on higher education and leadership to outline approaches to building institutional leadership in Africa’s rapidly changing higher education landscape.