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Invitation: Panel Discussion on Democratisation in Africa: "Challenges & Opportunities"

Free event: Register now to secure a place.



Date: 25th November 2010

Time: 5:30pm – 8:00pm



Venue: School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS); University of London

Brunnei Suite (Ground Floor)



We are delighted to invite you to this distinguished panel discussion on democratisation in Africa. In recent years, we have… Continue

Posted on November 21, 2010 at 11:00

Panel Discussion on Democratisation in Africa:”Challenges & Opportunities”

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Panel Discussion on Democratisation in Africa:”Challenges & Opportunities”





Free event: Register now to secure a place.





We are delighted to invite you to this distinguished panel discussion on democratisation in Africa. In recent years, we have seen Africa gradually emerging from an era plagued… Continue

Posted on November 5, 2010 at 1:04 — 1 Comment

Panel Discussion: Democratisation in Africa, Challenges and Opportunities @ the Centre for African Studies (SOAS)

Join Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh, (Senior Associste and Regional Director for Africa at the National Democratic Institute NDI),



Professor Stephen Chan (Professor of International Relations SOAS), and

Dr. Muzong Kodi (Fellow Associate at the Chatham House and Expert on Anti Corruption and good Governance)



at the Panel Discussion on Democratisation in Africa, Challenges and Opportunities @ the Centre for African Studies (SOAS).



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Posted on October 23, 2010 at 11:24

Given the Economic and Political down turn in Zimbabwe, there is a looming question on whether or not African Leaders should Pressure Mugabe out of Power?

There is a heated debate going on in the African Policy Forum by learned Africans and policy experts on whether or not African Leaders should step in and pressure Mugabe out of Power. Can and should they do it is the question.

Join the forum to have your say, or follow up this interesting debate:http://africanpolicy.ning.com/

Posted on December 23, 2008 at 14:30

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At 15:48 on December 23, 2008, E Daniel Kinnear said…
Dear Eric
Thanks for your message. I registered with APF and am awaiting confirmation.
The debate on Zimbabwe, for that is what it has been for too many years, is bound to be "heated". We spend too much time philosophizing on the situation while the basic tenants of good governance and human rights continue to be trashed by a morally and legally-compromised leadership. Until the people of Zimbabwe commit to continue the struggle for change, beyond the stalemate surrounding the presidential election and the stillborn power-sharing accord earlier this year, there cannot be reasonable and sustainable change in Zimbabwe.
I look forward to learning more, and may be contributing, to the debate at the APF.
Thanks, again, for the introduction.
At 17:49 on June 10, 2009, jalang'o jarateng said…
hi thanks for the message i got it and already signed up i hope to get more information as we move along.thanks again.
At 21:57 on June 10, 2009, Andoh Mensah said…
Hello Eric,

Thanks for the invite. I do think it is a good effort. However, help me understand what the goals of this policy forum are. You are aware that there are numerous policy think tanks both in and out of Africa. What is unique about this particular group? perhaps, you could help me understand better before committing myself and time. Dont get me wrong, I am interested in these endeavors, but I have seen so many of them -- not achieving much and I am weary about signing on to just another policy forum.
Looking forward to your response.

Andoh
At 11:50 on November 16, 2009, Parag Dave said…
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