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Follow-up on the Kivu Peace Conference

L’Initiative pour un Leadership Cohésif a organisé du 28 janvier au 2 février 2008 une retraite formative avec les parties signataires de l’Acte d’engagement de Goma signé la semaine précédente (les parties absentes ont été les autorités centrales civiles et militaires. Par ailleurs, les FRF ont été matériellement empêchés de revenir à temps des Hauts Plateaux). Assistaient également les présidents des sociétés civiles et des structures de coordination de chefferie coutumière des deux provinces.

Why Economic Partnership Agreements Undermine Africa's Regional Integration

This paper is specifically about providing suggestions for positions the AU can take vis-a-vis the European Union’s Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs). Central is an urgent call for member states to give the AU latitude to ensure that the conclusion of EPAs with the EU is postponed until, at least, the next decade. Simply: If the EU successfully foists EPAs on a critical number of member states through unilateral threats to prematurely withdraw or limit preferential treatment, the negative consequences will be devastating not only to Africa but to many trading partners.

From the WQ: Article and Discussion on "Miracle in Mali"

Why is one of Africa's most successful democracies taking hold in an impoverished Muslim country half-covered in the sand of the Sahara desert? In Mali, the seeds of change are rooted in tradition

Sudan: The Current Situation and the Way Forward

A Director's Forum with Jan Pronk, Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations for Sudan. At this briefing, Special Representative Pronk outlined his vision of the long-term role of the United Nations in promoting enduring peace and stability in Sudan, and provide an update of UN activities in the country.

Strategies for Promoting Gender Equity in Developing Countries: Lessons, Challenges and Opportunities

Strategies for Promoting Gender Equity in Developing Countries: Lessons, Challenges, and Opportunities examines both old and new strategies for promoting gender equity in development. As such, it draws upon expert scholars and practitioners to analyze individual cases from throughout the developing world. It also aims to identify policy options and suggestions for moving the current debate forward. This publication is a product of a conference co-sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson Center and the Inter-American Foundation.

Nganda II - Formative Workshop

English; February 2006

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