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Consolidating Democratic Governance in Southern Africa : Botswana

"This research report analyses the consolidation of democratic governance in Botswana. It is part of a larger study on consolidating democratic governance in Southern Africa. The report gives extensive coverage of political representation and acco...

Consolidating Democratic Governance in Southern Africa : Malawi

"This report analyses the functioning of a number of institutional building blocks for democracy in Malawi and assesses how stable and functional they are. The report does not delve into issues pertaining to ‘stateness’ and ‘nationhood’ although t...

Perspectives on the Role of Key Stakeholders in the DRC's Political Transition

"Does the DRC have the capacity, the visionary leadership, political will and resources to move towards a democratic society? This work attempts to answer these critical questions by reflecting on the strengths and weaknesses of key stakeholders i...

EISA Annual Report 2007

"In 2007 the Local Governance programme has focused on deepening participatory democracy at the local level, working with civil society organisations with close ties to communities, and has helped civic groups to successfully advocate for reforms....

Positioning Civil Society Post Polokwane: Coming to Terms with ANC Political Leadership Changes

"The introduction of this report provides an overview of the research objectives and a discussion of research methods and limitations to the study. This is followed by a theoretical discussion defining the project’s understanding of civil society ...

Between Rhetoric and Action The Politics, Processes and Practice of the ICC’s Work in the DRC

"This monograph attempts to respond to some of the questions raised in respect of the work of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). In this regard, it has three main objectives. First, by focusing on...

The African Peer Review Mechanism at country level: Views from Kenya

"In Kenya, the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) began well. In 2006 the country became the third African state to be peer reviewed and thus one of the APRM pioneers. But neither government nor civil society championed the implementation of t...

Strengthening parliamentary democracy in SADC countries: Zimbabwe country report

"Zimbabwe possesses one of the most impressive and well-organised legislatures in the Southern African region. On the surface, it would appear that the Zimbabwe's parliament is a competent institution that effectively carries out its multifacet...

eAfrica: The Electronic Journal of Governance and Innovation, Vol 1, May 2003

The following articles are included in this volume: Linking NEPAD and Civil Society; Beyond Ballots: Making elections work; Nigeria re-elects the ‘visiting President’; US Cotton subsidies hammer farmers; Oil corruption trial taints French and Afr...

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