AGI supports a network of long-term partnerships with both government and non-government organisations; worldwide, regionally, nationally and locally.
AGI has defined three categories of partners in its three-year strategy:
These play a leading role in the AIG’s creation and activities through support for its mission and programmes.
These are non-governmental institutions and networks in Africa and the rest of the world, with which AGI collaborates, based on common values and interests.
These partnerships have been formed with a long-term view and their objective is to generate and share knowledge and information, in order to strengthen quality throughout the main strategic policy processes. For example:
Certain partnerships will work together on specific shared tasks or projects, in order to get optimal results in the short term. These collaborations will be carried out occasionally (e.g. studies, pilot projects, conferences or consultations organised jointly), but could also eventually lead to other types of partnerships.
In this way, the African Governance Institute is open to all kinds of worthwhile collaboration with organisations who share its objectives and values.
EARN is the acronym for Europe–Africa Policy Research Network.
It is a non governmental initiative from a group of African and European Institutes, Centres and Networks aiming to contribute to the EU-Africa Political Dialogue
Africa Governance Institute is member of EARN since October 2010.
More information about EARN and its members.