Publications: APRM and Governance

 

Drawing lessons on the APRM: Occasional papers series launch

Occasional and research papers

  • Mongae, M 2016. “The APRM and Migration Trends in Africa”
    Occasional paper
  • Mongae, M 2016. “Le MAEP et les Tendances Migratoires en Afrique”
    Occasional paper
  • Lekalake, R 2016. “Bridging the gap between commitment and capacity: Corruption, transparency and accountability in the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)”
    Occasional paper
  • Lekalake, R 2016. “Combler l’ecart entre l’engagement et la capacite: Corruption, transparence et redevabilité au sein du Mécanisme Africain d’Evaluation par les Pairs (MAEP)”
    Occasional paper
  • Meirotti, M 2015. “Africa’s Untapped Resource: Analysing Youth in the APRM”,
    Policy brief  ·  Occasional paper
  • Meirotti, M 2015. “Ressource inexploitée de l’Afrique: Analyse de la question des Jeunes dans le MAEP”
    Occasional paper
  • Small, M 2015. “Calling a Spade a Spade? Electoral Conflict in APRM Reporting”
    Policy brief  ·  Occasional paper
  • Small, M 2015. “Appeler un chat un chat ? La question du conflit électoral dans les rapports d’évaluation du MAEP”
    Occasional paper
  • De Matos Ala, J 2015. “Still Struggling for Equality: Gender and the APRM”
    Policy brief  ·  Occasional paper
  • De Matos Ala, J 2015. “La lutte pour l’égalité continue: La dimension genre au sein MAEP”
    Occasional paper
  • Alence, R 2015. “Mining for Meaning: What the APRM Says (and Doesn’t Say) about Africa’s Extractive Industries”
    Policy brief  ·  Occasional paper
  • Alence, R 2015. “Vers une exploitation miniere plus significative: Ce que dit (et ne dit pas) le MAEP sur les industries extractives en Afrique”
    Occasional paper
  • Van Dongen, L 2015. “‘An Asset Different From All Others’: Treatment of Land Issues in the African Peer Review Mechanism”
    Policy brief  ·  Occasional paper
  • Van Dongen, L. 2015. “‘Un bien pas comme les autres’:Le traitement des questions foncières au sein du Mécanisme Africain d’évaluation par les pairs”
    Occasional paper
  • Gluhbegovic, R. 2016. “Types of conflict in Africa: How do the APRM reports address conflict?”
    Occasional paper
  • Gluhbegovic, R. 2016. “Les types de conflits en Afrique: Comment les rapports du MAEP traitent-ils de la question des conflits ?”
    Occasional paper
  • Research report: Governance Quality and Government Commitment to the NEPAD African Peer Review Mechanism, Grant Edward Thomas Masterson, 2004

Books

  • Peering the Peers: Civil Society and the African Peer Review Mechanism
    Eds G Masterson, K Busia and A Jinadu, 2010 – R120 – order online
    This volume of essays from leading civil society and governance experts from across the African continent looks at the critical role of civil society in the APRM, and draws lessons on how to both improve the engagement of civil society in the APRM, as well indicate how the APRM might better be integrated into the activities of organisations and communities striving to improve the quality of governance and development in African states.
  • The State, Democracy And Poverty Eradication in Africa
    K Matlosa, K Prah, B Chiroro and L Toulou, 2008 – R150 [Out of stock] – order online
    This volume represents a modest contribution to the policy and academic discourse on the role of the state in democracy and development in Africa, paying particular attention to the state’s role in the process of eradicating poverty. The book itself is a culmination of a dialogue process involving various stakeholder it also interrogates the issue that the African state was expected to play a more robust and interventionist role in the development process and inculcating a culture of democrary.

Symposia and Conferences

Handbooks