The February Issue of the AGI Newsletter is available through the link : http://www.iag-agi.org/IMG/pdf/AGI-Newsletter-35.pdf
This issue of the AGI’s Newsletters represents the first in an annual series that will see a particular focus on the 2013 work program of the African Union Commission on the theme ’Pan-Africanism and African Renaissance’.
This work program aims to promote and strengthen participatory and accountable democracy, economic and financial governance, peace and security in an ever more integrated Africa and for an effective and sustainable development of the peoples of the continent.
The centrality of the theme of peace and security in this work program is doubly appropriate. On the one hand, given the fragility and crises that are facing different African countries (Mali, Central African Republic, Tunisia, Egypt, Lybia...).
On the other hand, due to the topicality of the debate around the definition of "a new paradigm in the field of conflict prevention, peace and security in Africa in Western countries : the famous ’New Deal’, which several non-African actors hoped to make Mali a typical ideal testing ground.
This issue of the Newsletter is intended to be analytical with two views (African and non African) in this debate where there is little mention about the voice of Africa.
You will find in the chapters of the book ’Peace, conflict and development in Africa : a reader’ published by Erin McCandless and Tony Carbo of the University of Peace.
The Editorial Team
Lancement du fond de l’entrepreneuriat des jeunes en Gambie.
La Conférence Internationale sur l’émergence de l’Afrique à Dakar : les 17, 18 et 19 Janvier à Dakar
Les café de l’IAG : sur les migrations, ressources d’intégration régionale