International Dialogue & African Perspectives
The global system continues to be in crisis, with multiple challenges of slow economic growth, climate-related disasters, growing inequality, debilitating identity politics, and an ever-shrinking civic space. International dialogue and rule-making occurs increasingly in exclusive circles or corporate transnational boardrooms. The voices of African people, especially women, marginalized groups, non-government actors and African governments are often on the periphery of decision-making processes. This programme focuses on the major political, economic, and social trends that influence and affect the African continent. Through African led decolonial and feminist research, analysis and regional and international dialogue, we will promote the principle of global solidarity, human rights and gender democracy to strengthen a societal vision of a just, feminist and sustainable development path for Africa.
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