Capturing the 21St Century: African Peer Review (APRM) best practices and lessons learned
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The Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting (AEGM) brought together eminent African scholars and academics involved in governance, development and democratization issues in Africa; practitioners and consultants in the various aspects of the operation of NEPAD and the APRM, as well as those who had been closely involved in the initial stages of the crafting, structuring and implementation of the APRM. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the background Concept Paper commissioned by the APRM Support Section of ECA, while the specific objectives included: to promote a better understanding of the significance of the APRM process in the trajectory of African political and development thinking; and to examine the implications and impact of the review processes on the various stakeholders, and the experiences gained so far of Africa’s governance systems and development in general.
Citation“United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (2011). Capturing the 21St Century: African Peer Review (APRM) best practices and lessons learned. Addis Ababa :. © UN. ECA,. http://hdl.handle.net/10855/22178”
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