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PACIN is a Pan-Africanist organisation which facilitates deeper engagement of African Civil Society & citizens ensuring the continent has people at its centre.
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Funmi Oyatogun Jun 21
What do you call the public transport mini-bus in Africa? Matatu? Taxi? Danfo? Blue Donkey? Here is a map showing what the public transport mini-bus is called in every African country!
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UNCTAD May 31
that has the youngest international globally? Find out more about Africa's migration patterns and trends in Report
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AMADPOC Jun 1
New migration corridors emerging in the process of managing migration flows to Europe. There is a need to develop effective, achievable and sustainable solutions to reduce the need to out-migrate via
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NEPAD Agency Jun 19
African youth of today must be given the platforms & opportunities to participate in the development agenda of the continent and shape Dr Mayaki's message to the youth can be viewed at ➡️
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Jonathan Chaloff Jun 19
Special extra chapters in 2018 International Migration Outlook: impact on the labour market of the recent refugee inflow; illegal employment of immigrants. Out 20 June 11AM, Paris time.
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AMADPOC Jun 21
Call for papers on regional conference on human rights in migration governance. Deadline is 27 July 2018
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IOM - UN Migration Jun 22
45seconds. The amount it takes to make dirty water safe & drinkable.
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Aine Jun 22
Citizens are the ones that are leading governments into e-democracy. We saw that in -
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PatThaker_EIU Jun 21
Africa's adoption of new technologies means that individuals, firms and state agencies will be vulnerable to cyber-attack, which is estimated to have cost some $243m in 2017.
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Africa Confidential Jun 22
The biggest item on the to-do list of 's new Foreign Minister Al Dirdiri Mohammed Ahmad will be the knotty problem of the country's relations with on the one hand, and with the - alliance on the other.
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FEMNET Jun 21
Our Just launched our policy brief at, . 2018 Theme for is Winning the Fight against corruption. Our policy brief focus on Fighting Corruption to redirect the resources towards financing Gender Equality!! Find a copy on our website
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Kwesi Quartey. Jun 21
The African Union and Japan enjoy a unique strategic alliance that is evident in Japan’s contributions towards achieving the goals set out in the African Union’s Agenda 2063 & its First Ten-Year Implementation Plan. This partnership has further been cemented by TICAD cooperation.
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African Union Peace Jun 21
Today’s Training is part of the 's commitment, made in last year, to recruit and train 100 women mediators across the Continent in preventive diplomacy & mediation, and their subsequent deployment in actual mediation efforts on the ground
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Jun 21
Sexual assault is a seriously under-reported crime.Survivors dont report to law enforcement for reasons as fear of retaliation;feelings of Shame;belief that rape abuse harassment was minor;concern that police/prosecutors will question veracity/credibility
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Jun 21
To address sexual violence, we have to be a society that cares much more than “it's not ur portion!” & “God forbid!
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African Union Peace Jun 20
has been hosting refugees as far back as the coming of followers of the Prophet Muhammad. Ethiopia hosts more than 900,000 refugees in its 27 refugee camps across the country. We will continue our open-door policy to and –Representative of
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Jun 21
Prevention is not only better but less costly than cure in the struggle against - Consultative meeting of National Anti-corruption Institutions in Southern Africa
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Achieng Akena Jun 21
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Jun 21
PACIN Director was part of roundtable discussion on Day 2 of conference focusd on Building in Fight Against Lessons&Policy Options with Reuben Lufika , AntiCorruption Trust South Africa, Buy African, Sheila Bunware
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PACIN #AfricaThinks Jun 21
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