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Elections and the Management of Diversity in Botswana

"Good governance has come to be the prerequisite for foreign direct investment in developing countries. While the definition of good governance remains disputed, its fundamental elements are generally agreed. These include: free, fair and transpare…

Being Similar, Different and Coexistent

"Remarkably meaningful sayings that have emerged out of real life in Africa highlight our inherent interrelatedness as fellow human beings. In the life situations where we happen to find ourselves, there are similarities that bind us together, but a…

The African Leadership Forum 2014: "Meeting the Challenges of Africa's Transformation"

A new Africa has emerged. An African renaissance is underway, whereby a growing number of determined and self-confident Africans are working to transform their countries’ economies to accelerate the rate of human and economic development. Given the …

Ties that Bind? Evidence of both Unity and Division in 18 African Countries

In this year of COVID-19, the ability of societies to work collectively to respond to challenges has taken center stage. In fact, early public support for and adherence to public health measures has been cited as one factor explaining Africa’s far l…

Addressing Diversity and Inclusion Through Transitional Justice

Transitional justice is generally promoted on the basis that it ensures that the diverse sectors of society affected by conflict are included in the process of rebuilding societies after conflict and authoritarian rule. Inclusion, diversity, victim-…

Des Liens qui Unissent ? Des Signes D'unité et de Division dans 34 Pays Africains / Ties that Bind? Evidence of Unity and Division in 34 African Countries.

Understanding the balance between social cohesion and social dissolution experienced in African societies is still a work in progress. The new findings from Afrobarometer Round 8 presented here suggest that we need to question our traditional assump…

Ties that Bind? Evidence of Unity and Division in 34 African Countries.

Understanding the balance between social cohesion and social dissolution experienced in African societies is still a work in progress. The new findings from Afrobarometer Round 8 presented here suggest that we need to question our traditional assump…

Assessment of Nigeria’s Financial Services Sector Stability and Diversity

A key lesson from the global financial crisis of 2007-2009 and the ensuing widespread economic dislocations is the reminder of the nexus between financial system stability and resilience, and macroeconomic stability. Also, emerging research efforts …

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