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In the quest for Economic Growth in Africa who is getting left behind and why?

A new project from the Institute of Development Studies, entitled "Diverse Voices 2012" recently brought together three small groups in Malawi, Ethiopia and Kenya to discuss the issues and events of most importance to the vulnerable in these societies. The groups were a forum for some of those whose opinions have not had an equal chance of reaching lawmakers, practitioners, researchers and journalists. As a result, Diverse Voices is hosting a Global Debate on 7th June 2012. The focus will be the question that these groups felt most needed answering - In the quest for Economic Growth in Africa who is getting left behind and why?

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The Fifth Ministerial Conference Of The Forum On China-Africa Cooperation Beijing Action Plan (2013-2015)
Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, 2013
Documention from The 5th Ministerial Conference on China-Africa Cooperation.
Going back to the drawing board: linking Pan Africanism to Beijing +20
T Muropa 2015
In this article published by FEMNET, Tafadzwa Muropa, a gender activist and political economist, briefly compares the 8th Pan African Congress in Ghana with the 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59) in New York...
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Hosted on the United Nations WebTV service and organised by the Office of the Special Adviser on Africa (OSAA), this 90 minute recording documents the high-level dialogue towards a continental framework on women, peace and s...
Femmes Africa Solidarité co-organizes high level side events to discuss formulation and implementation of African women’s priorities for Agenda 2063 and post-2015 development agenda
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CSW59 African Women's Caucus Statement
CSW African Women's Caucus false 2015
The 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59) excluded civil society organisations from the Working Methods process, and culminated in a weak Political Declaration which falls far short of the transformative and pr...
Chinese training courses for African officials: a “win-win” engagement?
H. Tugendhat / SAIS China Africa Research Initiative, 2014
As part of its growing engagement in Africa, China has become one of the world's largest providers of short-term agricultural training courses. China's training course model differs from most other traditional donors in that it almost...
Chinese financed hydropower projects in Sub-Saharan Africa
D. Brautigam; J. Hwang; L. Wang / SAIS China Africa Research Initiative, 2015
Hydropower energy has benefits as a renewable and local source of power, but there can be significant social and environmental risks. These risks have made international banks and aid agencies reluctant to finance large hydropower pro...
FOCAC: Addressing joint environmental challenges?
M. Burgess; H. Esterhuyse / Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch, 2012
Cooperation on environmental challenges has been an instrumental part of the first Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) since its inception in 2000. With increasing levels of economic interactions and political cooperation, envir...
Strengthening the African Peer Review Mechanism: insights from national Governing Councils
J. Kurtzer / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2015
National Governing Councils (NGCs)2 are the lynchpin of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). Situated between the state’s political leadership and the technical institutions carrying out the research, NGCs are crucial to th...
International drivers of Brazilian agricultural cooperation in Africa in the post-2008 economic crisis
A. Costa Vaz / Future Agricultures Consortium, 2015
Recent international political and economic developments have had an ambiguous impact on the course of and prospects for Brazilian agricultural cooperation in Africa. Its major international driving forces are closely associated with ...
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