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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African – Asian Civil Society Dialogue – July 2012

AFRICAN – ASIAN CIVIL SOCIETY DIALOGUE At the margins of the 19th AU Summit 12 July 2012, Bole Ambassador Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia The CCP-AU hosted a Dailogue session between civil society representatives from the African Continent and South East Asia. The meeting was held at the margins of the 19th African Union (AU) Summit. […]

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First Regional Civil Society Networks Meeting May 2012

30 May -1 June 2012, Abuja, Nigeria Effective Advocacy with Regional Mechanisms The CCP-AU in partnership with the Open Society Foundation organized a consultative meeting with the three regional civil society networknamely East African Civil Society Forum (EACSOF), West African Civil Society Forum (WACSOF) and SADC Council of NGOs (SADC-CNGOs) under the theme ‘Effective Advocacy […]

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