Even though many African children remain engaged in various forms of labour, it is important for policy makers to distinguish between hazardous industrial employment and household work that may hold developmental benefits.
In coming years, what can we expect between Canada and Africa’s people, governments and businesses? What policy challenges will be taken advantage of? This is the focus of a new book, 'Canada-Africa Relations: Looking Back, Looking Ahead.'
With climate change holding the potential to aid the expansion of malaria into formerly non-endemic zones, vulnerable groups in those areas require special attention from national policies to ensure that increasing health risks are managed accordingly.
Though African countries were actively involved in the creation of the ICC, this Institute for Justice and Reconciliation report argues the relationship between the Court and the African Union is in need of repair.
This Partnership Africa-Canada paper examines the lack of transparency over diamond revenues in Zimbabwe, and offers policy suggestions that would improve management and transparency in the country’s murky mineral industry.