Best practices from the African Peer Review Mechanism

WECO A new book by the South African Institute of International Affairs critically examines the “best practices” from the first 12 African countries that published country reports under the African Peer Review Mechanism – a voluntary instrument for assessing governance on country-level in Africa. By uncovering what these countries do well, “the APRM has the potential to demonstrate to the continent and the world that Africa works”, say the book’s authors. The initiative can show that Africa is able to reach and set good governance standards, which promote participatory democracy, competitiveness and efficiency of institutions, self-reliance, intra-African or South-South technical co-operation, which are key to African-owned transformation and development.

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