November 24, 2016

Africa Policy Circle Workshop: Strengthening Ties And Leading Change

CSEA participated at the African Policy Circle (APC) workshop which was hosted by the Institute for public Policy Research (IPPR) with the support of the Global Public Policy Institute and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Windhoek, Namibia on November 3-4, 2016.The Africa Policy Circle provides a platform for African civil society, in particular, think tanks to work together and develop new solutions to African problems. This years workshop tagged Strengthening ties and leading change provided a platform for discussions on a wide range of issues which includes: Africa’s voice at the G20, the AU’s peace building programmes, and shrinking civil society space across Africa. In addition, the APC meeting mapped the way forward for the network which brings together 20 African think tanks and research organisations. Precious Akanonu joined other participants for the workshop and presented a paper titled Countering Shrinking Civil society space.




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