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To date 33 African states have signed up, 17 of which have completed their first review. Signatory states undertake to be reviewed internally and externally. Those two reviews are combined into one report and the country then begins to implement its
Occasional Paper No 172, January 2014 Values are essential to set up normative standards that are indicative of the qualities of governance. This paper describes and analyses trends of governance values and practices in Africa using secondary data...
Equatorial Guinea - and to review progress in implementation of governance programmes in South Africa and Mozambique. Accession to the continent's premier home-grown governance assessment instrument is voluntary and involves opening up a country for
Africa's home-grown governance promotion and monitoring tool...This experience has the potential to transform non-state actors from adversaries into partners in governance...These include uncomfortable (or even hostile) relations, CSO capacity
I am pleasantly surprised to learn that my assumptions have been wrong. I am told that since the first peer review put Kufuor under the spotlight of his peers in the desert heat of Khartoum in 2006, 17 other heads of state in Africa have volunteered
African leaders in 2003, did not exactly beat the drums this past October to celebrate its 10th anniversary at the United Nations in New York...Fatuma Ndagiza Nyirakobwa, vice-chair of the body's panel of eminent persons...Nyirakobwa, a former
It also explains how to utilise press releases, media alerts, opinion articles and social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, to achieve this. Useful tips for drafting a media strategy and preparing for an interview are provided throughout...The
African Peer Review Mechanism] has deepened a democratic political culture among African Governments," said Mr. Ban, opening a High-Level panel co-organized by the UN Office of the Special Adviser on Africa, and the African Union on Africa's
National identity, a sense of belonging and the right to citizenship are fundamental human rights. In South Africa last week, in addition to celebrating the 95th birthday of Africa's living legend, Nelson Mandela, the government also started rolling
President Barack Obama's visit to Tanzania as the last stop of his African tour, underscores a silent competition with China to tap the country's growing economic potential. It's always a hard day's work at the Kivukoni fish market in Dar es Salaam.