Civil Society Gears Up to Track APRM Implementation

Image: Flickr, waf1on1
Image: Flickr, waf1on1

The Minister of Public Service and Administration, Richard Baloyi, addressing the audience at a scoping workshop held at SAIIA.

Developing the Capacity of Civil Society to Track the Implementation of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)’ on 12 October 2010. See his speech here.

On 12–13 October 2010, SAIIA, the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) and the African Governance, Monitoring and Advocacy Project (AfriMAP) jointly held a scoping workshop entitled Developing the Capacity of Civil Society to Track the Implementation of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). The three organisations have partnered to launch a new initiative empower civil society in Southern African APRM signatory states (at this stage it covers South Africa, Lesotho, Mozambique and Mauritius) to track the implementation of the APRM in their countries, known as the APRM Monitoring Project (AMP). The keynote address was delivered by the South African APRM Focal Point, Minister of Public Service and Administration Richard Baloyi, in which he stressed South Africa’s commitment to and compliance with the APRM, and invited civil society to contribute to implementing the APRM’s National Programme of Action (NPoA)

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