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Civil Society Participation in Uganda's APRM Process

Ugandan NGOs faced challenges in influencing their national APRM process, but this paper shows that with resourcefulness, focus and energy, motivated groups can make a difference. In Uganda, umbrella organisations were appointed to represent civil s…

Making the News: Why the APRM didn't

In this paper, Brendan Boyle who covered the South African peer review process for the Sunday Times newspaper, reflects on why, in his opinion, the APRM failed to capture the imagination of the public and the press, and generate a national conversat…

Election Update 2004 Namibia No 1

"The raison d’etre of this briefing paper is to examine the political setting for the upcoming elections. This will entail the outlining of the various statutory and legislative instruments that were adopted to provide the institutional framework fo…

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