Accueil > Que faisons-nous ? > Rencontres et échanges > Session de dialogue multi-acteurs sur le projet de document de travail de (...)

Session de dialogue multi-acteurs sur le projet de document de travail de l’UA pour 2063

Du 24 au 25 juillet 2013 | Abuja, Nigeria

24-25 juillet 2013
Abuja, Nigeria

L’objectif de cette rencontre est d’engager une réflexion prospective, proactive et opérationnelle sur la vision 2063 de l’Afrique, ainsi que sur les conditions de possibilité de sa réalisation.

L’institut Africain de la Gouvernance, en partenariat avec le PNUD et sous le leadership du Bureau de la Présidente de la Commission de l’Union Africaine organise une session de dialogue politique et de réflexion stratégique de haut niveau sur le projet de papier de discussion sur 2063 de la Commission de l’Union Africaine.

Report of Proceedings (pdf, 802 kB)

Concept note (pdf, 68 kB)

Agenda (pdf, 85 kB)

Photos

Documentation

- Agenda 2063, Draft Framework, African Union 2013 ;

- Thandika Mkandawire, ‘Thinking about Developmental State in Africa’,
Cambridge Journal of Economic, 2001, 25, 289-313 ;

- Charity Musamba, ‘The Developmental State. Concept and its relevance
for Africa
’, in Meyns P. & Musamba C. (Eds), The Developmental State in
Africa, Problems and Prospects, University of Duisburg-Essen, 2010 ;

- Daniel Omoweh, The feasibility od the democratic developmental State
in the South
, Codesria, 2012 ;

- Economic Report on Africa 2011 : Governing development in Africa –
The role of the State in Economic Transformation ;

- Duncan Green, The Democratic developmental State : wishful thinking
or direction of travel
, Nov. 2011, Commonwealth ;

- Omano Edigheji,A democratic Developmental State in Africa ? Concept
Paper, Center For Policy studies, 2005 ;

- Laura Routley, Developmental States. A review of Literature, ESID
Working Paper n° 03, February 2012 ;

- Omano Edigheji (Ed), Constructing a democratic developmental State
in South Africa : Potential and Challenges
, Cape Town, HRSC, 2011.

The Oxfam Pan Africa team’s State of the Union (SOTU) program aims to get African citizens actively involved in AU issues. As part of this initiative the Pan Africa team supported the Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development (YALDA) in Africa to organise a Model African Union. The aim was to enable students to understand the workings of the AU, engage with and simulate the processes governing the AU’s operation, stage debates on real issues and emerge with communiqués that capture their discussions on actual AU priority areas. YALDA’s previous activities were modelled on the UN and it became important to help them to focus on an institution much closer to home, The African Union. 213 University students participated in the discussions and emerged with the following communiques.

- Social Matters (pdf, 19 kB) |Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development (YALDA)

- Economic Affairs (pdf, 57 kB) |Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development (YALDA)

- Peace and Security (pdf, 230 kB) |Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development (YALDA)

- Resolution Political Matters (pdf, 22 kB) |Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development (YALDA)

Contact : Institut Africain de la Gouvernance

Publié le 4 juillet 2013

Suivez nos tweets Suivez nous sur facebook Google+