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Call for applications for ASEAN/AU CSO Exchange Visit

ASEAN-AU Exchange Visit for Civil Society Organizations, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 1-7 NOVEMBER 2012 Introduction There are many compelling similarities that the African Union (AU) and the Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) can share from each other. The AU can learn from Asia on economic development, while the ASEAN can benefit from understanding the process […]

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Roundtable Dialogue For Civil Society Organisations Working With/On The AU Organs and Institutions: “Civil Society On The AU – What Impact?”; 22-24 August 2012

22 – 24 August 2012, Nairobi, Kenya The CCP-AU organised a dialogue for the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) working with/on the African Union (AU) organs and institutions to address the impact made by CSOs on the AU. There have been efforts from citizens to participate in the decision-making processes at the continental level. So far, the engagement […]

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Constitutional Reforms in Africa: Implications for Civil Society Participation, Governance, and Democracy Workshop,17-18 August 2012

17 – 18 August 2012 Nairobi, Kenya The CCP-AU in partnership with MWENGO held a workshop on Constitutional Reforms in Southern and Eastern Africa on 17-18 August 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya.  25 CSOs attended from 10 countries. The goal of the workshop was to bring together relevant stakeholders to reflect their role in Constitutional Reforms. […]

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Free Movement of People in Africa

The Centre for Citizens’ Participation on the African Union (CCP-AU) intends to carry out a campaign on the Free Movement of Goods and Persons in Africa. The first stage of this Campaign is a continental study, which will give a picture of what pertains in the continent with regard to movement of people, services, goods […]

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