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by Arina Muresan | 2020-11-16 |


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by Arina Muresan | 2020-11-16 |


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by Faith Mabera | 2020-10-30 |

The policy briefs were outcomes from a joint IGD and FES-AU project on Multilateral Approaches to Financing Peace and Security in Africa which was aimed at gathering and comparing African and European perspectives from different national and international stakeholders to come up with pragmatic and robust policy recommendations on how to render bilateral and trilateral cooperation on APSA more effective and legitimate. The project also dovetails South Africa's role as Chair of the AU in 2020 and Germany's presidency of the EU Council as from July 2020. Both countries are also elected members of the UNSC 2019-2020.


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by Faith Mabera | 2020-10-30 |

The policy briefs were outcomes from a joint IGD and FES-AU project on Multilateral Approaches to Financing Peace and Security in Africa which was aimed at gathering and comparing African and European perspectives from different national and international stakeholders to come up with pragmatic and robust policy recommendations on how to render bilateral and trilateral cooperation on APSA more effective and legitimate. The project also dovetails South Africa's role as Chair of the AU in 2020 and Germany's presidency of the EU Council as from July 2020. Both countries are also elected members of the UNSC 2019-2020.


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by Faith Mabera | 2020-10-06 |

The IGD Trends reports are aimed at supporting policy and decision-makers as they try to keep abreast of trends and challenges that may impact Africa in the medium-term to long-term. In addition to providing a concise overview of strategic trends, this report also seeks to promote pro-active discussions among stakeholders and regular assessments of strategic policy choices in view of nuances, dynamics and context.


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by Contributors: Faith Mabera, Kenny Dlamini, and Makhethe Makamase. Edited by Philani Mthembu | 2020-05-11 |


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by Contributors: Arina Muresan and Simphiwe Mongwe. Edited by Philani Mthembu | 2020-05-11 |


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by Edited by: Arina Muresan and Philani Mthembu | 2020-03-23 |

During Brazil’s 2019 chairship, the five BRICS countries were clear about their intentions to make cooperation more inclusive by supporting the spirit of cooperation among business, scholars, media and civil society organisations, as well as building upon government interactions. Brazil, under the theme of the summit 'BRICS: Economic Growth for an Innovative Future', aimed to promote deliverables that would have a direct impact on lives of societies and to emphasise and maximise what BRICS means to all people; while emphasising the equal role and participation of the BRICS countries. 


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