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African Peer Review Mechanism is back: CEO
"We're back in force and we're here to stay". That's the clear message being delivered by the CEO of the African Peer Review Mechanism during UN Africa Week in New York.
"We're back in force and we're here to stay".

Published on Oct 17, 2016
That's the clear message being delivered by the CEO of the African Peer Review Mechanism during UN Africa Week in New York. Professor Eddy Maloka, who was appointed to lead the APRM in January after years of the mechanism's decline, says its proper integration as a specialized Agency of the African Union is now complete as the focus shifts to reviewing states that have joined as members. In a sit-down with SABC News on the sidelines of discussions at the UN, Maloka argued to retain the voluntary nature of APRM membership and for the mechanism to be at the centre of all efforts to strengthen good governance on the continent.      View Source
Jacob Zuma addresses the 23rd APRM Summit
President Jacob Zuma addresses the African Peer Review Mechanism Summit (APRM Forum), Sandton Convention Centre,13 June 2015
Jacob Zuma addresses the 23rd APRM Summit

Published on Jun 13, 2015
President Jacob Zuma addresses the African Peer Review Mechanism Summit (APRM Forum), Sandton Convention Centre,13 June 2015.      View Source
SA announced its ready to undergo a second review process
This as part of the African Peer Review Mechanism, or APRM. It comes after other countries on the continent agreed to do the same.
SA announced its ready to undergo a second review process

Published on Jun 13, 2015
South Africa has announced its ready to undergo a second review process. This as part of the African Peer Review Mechanism, or APRM. It comes after other countries on the continent agreed to do the same. The APRM is a self-monitoring instrument of government performance, designed to ensure Africa develops its own reliable ratings agency.      View Source
Should the APRM be voluntary?
Last week the African leaders attended the 6th Summit of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI), in Nairobi, Kenya.
Last week the African leaders attended the 6th Summit of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI), in Nairobi, Kenya. Alongside that gathering, the African heads of state, including President Zuma also attended the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) meeting. The APRM is a tool that is voluntarily agreed to by the member-states of the AU as a self-monitoring mechanism where the African countries evaluate themselves on governance. To tell us more about what happened In that forum is Professor Eddy Maloka, he is the CEO of the African Peer Review Mechanism.      View Source
Latest on TICAD preparations
Preparation for the 6th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD-VI) is underway ahead of the summit's official opening on Saturday.
Preparation for the 6th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD-VI) is underway ahead of the summit's official opening on Saturday. Senior ministers from Africa Japan as well the United nations, World Bank and the private sector adopted the Nairobi declaration, a common document that now awaits the adoption by the heads of state at the end of the meeting. Meanwhile, on the sidelines of TICAD VI, Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni told a high level meeting of the Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) that Africa needs more than just democracy and good governance to attain economic and social transformation.      View Source
Preparation for TICAD-VI underway ahead of the opening on Saturday SABC Digital News
Preparation for the 6th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD-VI) is underway ahead of the summit's official opening on Saturday.
Preparation for the 6th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD-VI) is underway ahead of the summit's official opening on Saturday. Senior ministers from Africa Japan as well the United nations, World Bank and the private sector adopted the Nairobi declaration, a common document that now awaits the adoption by the heads of state at the end of the meeting. Meanwhile, on the sidelines of TICAD VI, Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni told a high level meeting of the Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) that Africa needs more than just democracy and good governance to attain economic and social transformation.      View Source
APRM is currently making its presence felt on the continent
The APRM is guiding governments on good governance and development.
APRM is currently making its presence felt on the continent

Published on April 11, 2016
The APRM is guiding governments on good governance and development.
A top delegation is on a mission to Senegal , one of the founding states to assess in governance.      View Source
APRM commemorates its 13th anniversary
The African Peer Review Mechanism says transparency and accountability are key to lasting solutions for Africa's security challenges.
APRM commemorates its 13th anniversary

Published on Feb 26, 2016
The African Peer Review Mechanism says transparency and accountability are key to lasting solutions for Africa's security challenges. The APRM commemorated its 13th anniversary in Sandton on Friday. It was established to promote transparency and good governance throughout it's African member states.      View Source
Much can and has been achieved through APRM implementation
African Union Commission Chairperson, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma says although much has been achieved through the African.
Much can and has been achieved through APRM implementation

Published on Jul 05, 2015
African Union Commission Chairperson, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma says although much has been achieved through the African.      View Source
Kenyatta calls for revitalisation of the APRM
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for an extraordinary summit to revitalise the African Peer Review Mechanism
Kenyatta calls for revitalisation of the APRM

Published on Jun 13, 2015
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for an extraordinary summit to revitalise the African Peer Review Mechanism.      View Source
African Peer Review Mechanism to reach decade milestone
The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year.
African Peer Review Mechanism to reach decade milestone

Published on May 08, 2013
The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) will be celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year. It serves as an instrument for monitoring performance in governance in African countries.      View Source
Reckoning with the APRM recommendations
In this video clip, Yarik Turianskyi, of the South African Institute of International Affairs, speaks to Polity's Shona Kohler about the adequacy of the recommendations emerging from the African Peer Review Mechanism process.
Reckoning with the APRM recommendations

Published May 29, 2009
In this video clip, Yarik Turianskyi, of the South African Institute of International Affairs, speaks to Polity's Shona Kohler about the adequacy of the recommendations emerging from the African Peer Review Mechanism process.     View Source
Grappling with Governance: Perspectives on the African Peer Review Mechanism
Jacob Zuma
Grappling with Governance: Perspectives on the African Peer Review Mechanism

Published on Feb 5, 2014
Shannon de Ryhove speaks to editor Steven Gruzd from the South African Institute of International Affairs about the book 'Grappling with Governance: Perspectives on the African Peer Review Mechanism'.      Link
Nepad and APRM Conferences at the 22nd AU Summit
President Jacob Zuma attends the Nepad and African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Conferences at the 22nd AU Summit, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 28 January 2014
Nepad and APRM Conferences at the 22nd AU Summit

Published on Feb 5, 2014
President Jacob Zuma attends the Nepad and African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Conferences at the 22nd AU Summit, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 28 January 2014     Link
Africa and Rwanda: From Crisis to Socio-economic
Perceptions and stereotype of Africa and Rwanda as perpetual basket cases and donor havens only sustained by aid, charity and pity no longer correspond to contemporary development of the past decade. Rwanda, under the leadership of one of Africas most able leaders, President Paul Kagame has undertaken considerable reforms leading to serious domestic and foreign investment.
2008 Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy - Africa and Rwanda: From Crisis to Socioeconomic

Published Sep 22, 2008
SPEAKER :

His Excellency Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda
SYNOPSIS :

Perceptions and stereotype of Africa and Rwanda as perpetual basket cases and donor havens only sustained by aid, charity and pity no longer correspond to contemporary development of the past decade. Rwanda, under the leadership of one of Africas most able leaders, President Paul Kagame has undertaken considerable reforms leading to serious domestic and foreign investment.

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Governance in Africa Conversations: Sustainable Development Institute
In 2004, Silas Kpanan'Ayoung Siakor officially launched the Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) to empower local communities in Liberia to have an active role in natural resources governance. In 2006, Siakor received the Goldman Environmental Prize, the world's largest prize honouring grassroots environmentalists, for his fearsome advocacy.
Governance in Africa Conversations: Silas Siakor - Sustainable Development Institute, Liberia

Published on Nov 29, 2013

In 2004, Silas Kpanan'Ayoung Siakor officially launched the Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) to empower local communities in Liberia to have an active role in natural resources governance. In 2006, Siakor received the Goldman Environmental Prize, the world's largest prize honouring grassroots environmentalists, for his fearsome advocacy.

In this Governance in Africa Conversations podcast produced by the School of Oriental and African Studies(SOAS)/Mo Ibrahim Foundation, Siakor reflects on Liberia's successes and challenges in natural resources governance with fellow Liberian, SOAS Ph.D. student Robtel Neajai Pailey.     Link

Governance in Africa Conversations: Dr Mo Ibrahim
Dr Mo Ibrahim speaks to Professor Christopher Cramer about Governance and Development in Africa, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance and the work of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.
Governance in Africa Conversations: Dr Mo Ibrahim

Published on Apr 15, 2015Dr Mo Ibrahim speaks to Professor Christopher Cramer about Governance and Development in Africa, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance and the work of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.     Link
Building Development Goals and Narratives in Africa
During Africa Week at the UN in October, member states celebrated the progress of the African Peer Review Mechanism
Building Development Goals and Narratives in Africa

During Africa Week at the UN in October, member states celebrated the progress of the African Peer Review Mechanism - a tool to help promote good governance across the continent by sharing best practices and noting areas of improvement. As part of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), this goes a long way to help address the negative narrative about African in many news sources, by helping countries to build their own positive message for the world to see.     View Source
Governance in Africa Conversations: Dr Mo Ibrahim
Dr Mo Ibrahim speaks to Professor Christopher Cramer about Governance and Development in Africa, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance and the work of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.
Governance in Africa Conversations: Dr Mo Ibrahim

Published on Apr 15, 2015Dr Mo Ibrahim speaks to Professor Christopher Cramer about Governance and Development in Africa, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance and the work of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.     Link

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