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Human Development and Poverty (280)

  By Tim Hughes, Eduardo J Sitoe, Florentino D Kassotche and Amilcar F PereiraSAIIA: 2005 ISBN: 1-919969-49-7Published by SAIIA and funded by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation   The Global Best Practice series examines a number of case studies in various sectors, with the aim of assessing their potential applicability in the Africa developmental context.  
Thursday, 17 April 2008

Commonwealth documents

The 2005 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting held on 25-27 November looked at ways of bridging the digital divide, enhancing cooperation for prosperity, development and democracy, as well as using Commonwealth networks to achieve these goals, under the theme "Networking the Commonwealth for Development".
Thursday, 17 April 2008

Development through Trade

Established in March 2003 SAIIA's Development through Trade Programme has three principle objectives: Facilitate consultation between governments and civil society over trade and investment policies and negotiations; Facilitate "dialogue" between trade, investment and foreign policies; Broaden public debate over trade and investment policies. 
By Dianna Games and Mercedes SayaguesSAIIA: 2006 ISBN: 1-919969-50-0 Published by SAIIA and funded by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Series editor: Elizabeth Sidiropoulos The Global Best Practice series examines a number of case studies in various sectors, with the aim of assessing their potential applicability in the Africa developmental context.
By John McKay SAIIA: 2006 ISBN: 1-919969-04-7 Published by SAIIA and funded by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Series editor: Elizabeth Sidiropoulos The Global Best Practice series examines a number of case studies in various sectors, with the aim of assessing their potential applicability in the Africa developmental context.
Edited by Richard Gibb, Tim Hughes, Greg Mills & Tapani VaahtorantaSAIIA: 2002ISBN: 1-919810-44-7 Pages: 214The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) has, in the few short months since its drafting in Abuja in October 2001, become the accepted blueprint for the recovery of a continent dismissed by The Economist as ‘hopeless’. The ambitious programme has been adopted by the African Union and is supported by the G-8, thus establishing, in principle, the basis for the ‘partnership’ that conceptually sets NEPAD apart from the 18 African recovery plans that have preceded it.
Edited by Gareth ElliotPublished by South African Institute of International AffairsISBN: 1-919810-21-82000Landmines and unexploded ordnance are a global problem, with more than 80 countries affected. This volume focuses on three major areas: first, national mine action capacities as long-term and sustainable solutions to countries’ landmine problems; second, the financial realities of mine clearance; and third, the socio-economic impact of mine clearance.
SAIIA's Global Best Practice report series, produced in 2005 and 2006, offers case studies of various sectors and issues, with the aim of assessing their potential applicability in the African developmental context.
In her inaugural address, Ms Elizabeth Sidiropoulos looked at how Africa is evolving and how the continent needs to have an open and frank self-assessment to meet its challenges head-on.TAKING AFRICA SERIOUSLY FROM WITHIN AND WITHOUTElizabeth SidiropoulosInaugural Address, SAIIA20 October 2005
Position: Senior ResearcherProgramme: Governance of Africa's Resources Programme
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