Strengthening Popular Participation in the African Union

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The African Union (AU) has committed to a vision of Africa that is �integrated, prosperous and peaceful � driven by its own citizens, a dynamic force in the global arena� (Vision and Mission of the African Union, May 2004). This guide is an effort to take up the challenge of achieving this vision. It is a tool to assist activists to engage with AU policies and programmes. It describes the AU decision-making process and outlines the roles and responsibilities of the AU institutions. It also contains a sampling of the experiences of those non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that have interacted with the AU.



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Date de parution 29 décembre 2010
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EAN13 9781920489779
Langue English
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Strengthening Popular Participation in the AFRICAN UNION
A Guide to AU Structures and Processes
AfriMAP An Open Society Institute Network Publication
In memory of Tajudeen Abdul Raheem PanAfricanist 1961–2009
First published in 2009 by the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and Oxfam 2nd impression 2010, with minor corrections
 2009 Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and Oxfam This publication is available as a pdf on the Open Society Foundations website or the AfriMAP website under a Creative Commons licence that allows copying and distributing the publication, only in its entirety, as long as it is attributed to the Open Society Foundations and used for noncommercial educational or public policy purposes. Photographs may not be used separately from the publication.
ISBN (paperback): 978-1-920355-24-1 ISBN (Ebrary): 978-1-920489-75-5 ISBN (MyiLibrary): 978-1-920489-76-2 ISBN (Adobe PDF digital edition): 978-1-920489-77-9
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