The 13th African Peer Review Mechanism Forum meets on 24 July – observers expect some indication of the future direction of Africa’s main governance monitoring process.
SAIIA, in partnership with AfriMAP, the Electoral Institute for the Sustainability of Democracy in Africa (EISA), the African Governance Institute (IAG-AGI) and Kituo Cha Katiba, will co-host a workshop exploring civil society engagement with the process entitled “APRM: Taking Peer Learning to the Next Level” from 20-21 July at Kampala’s Golf Course Hotel. Click here for the draft programme.
SAIIA has also undertaken substantial work on the APRM.
Our APRM Toolkit is a comprehensive repository of APRM information.
- The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM): Taking Peer Review to the Next Level by Bishop Dr D Zac Niringiye, a keynote paper, presented at the International Workshop for African Civil Society on APRM, 20-21 July 2010
- The communiqué issued by the workshop is avilable here: English | French
- APRM Gets New Leadership, Mauritius Finally Reviewed, but Reporting Slackens by Steven Gruzd
- Ten Reasons to Keep Faith with Africa’s Peer Review Process by Steven Gruzd
- SAIIA Roundtable: Lessons from Lesotho’s APRM Process
- SAIIA Roundtable: The African Peer Review Mechanism – Progress and Prospects
- PAP and Peer Review: Enhancing Involvement, Adding Value by Steven Gruzd
- Off Track? Findings from South Africa’s First APRM Implementation Report by Yarik Turianskyi