Botswana Civil Society’s Submission to the African Peer Review Mechanism

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In February 2019, Botswana became the 38th country to accede to the APRM, committing to uphold the shared values of democracy, rule of law, good governance and respect for human rights. The Botswana APRM Popular Sensitisation (BAPS) is a project implemented by the Botswana Council for Non-Governmental Organisations (BOCONGO) in partnership with the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA). It aims to enhance meaningful participation of civil society in the country’s African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) process, through a series of engagements aimed at capacity-building, fostering better knowledge of process, and developing a written submission on the key governance issues in Botswana. This video unpacks the 12 governance issues in the submission from the perspective of civil society.

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22 Jul 2022

SAIIA Programme
African Governance and Diplomacy

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