Pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance Through the APRM

Photo © Albert Gonzalez Farran/UN Photo/ Flickr
Photo © Albert Gonzalez Farran/UN Photo/ Flickr

Pan-Africanism has historically played a crucial role in shaping the foundations of African institutions, and continues to do so today.

Divergent opinions on the structure of African institutions raise the question of how these ideologies should be approached in the 21st century. Drawing on interviews with various stakeholders in the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), this policy briefing examines the extent to which pan-Africanism can be institutionalised. It concludes that pan-Africanism has evolved as a philosophy without a stipulated African model; hence, it should be based on ensuring total ownership through learning and localisation.

31 Jul 2017

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SAIIA Policy Briefing No 162, July 2017
SAIIA Programme
African Governance and Diplomacy
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APRM, Pan-Africanism

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