Certainty in policy and stability in government are crucial, not only as a practical matter but also as a fundamental pillar of the rule of law. But our deep, almost instinctual desire to guarantee certainty must always be measured against …Continue reading
There are several reasons why development in Central Africa is lagging behind. However, the sub-regions’ real obstacle is poor governance of public affairs. As long as this aspect is relegated to second place, even the best development policies will be …Continue reading
Despite some progress, gender discrimination persists on the continent, particularly in the economic sphere. As for female role models, they seem to be disappearing.
Even the most hardened masculinists would have to rack their brains to find something to say. …Continue reading
Africa’s post-colonial landscape has not only been characterized by state-building and development efforts, but the efforts to promote democratic values and governance practices have been part of the new era of freedom since the late 1950s. While these efforts have …Continue reading
On the 7th to 19th of December 2022, delegates from 190 countries met in Montreal, Canada, to discuss the Global Biodiversity Framework agreement (GBF). The deal, though, felt like a setback to African countries as the amount of money committed …Continue reading