Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung African Union Cooperation

Arada Kifleketema
Queen Elizabeth II street
P.O. Box 8786
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

00251 11-1233245/46
00251 11-1233855

info(at)fes-au.org
african-union.fes.de

Civic involvement and rule of law
Topic

Civic involvement and rule of law

The establishment of the African Union (AU) marked a break away from its predecessor, the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), which used to be a rather loose group of states without a real vision for Africa. Contrary to the OAU, the AU has adopted numerous progressive policy frameworks in order to transform Africa into a peaceful, democratic and prosperous continent. More

Peace and Security Policy
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Peace and Security Policy

Violence and conflict on the African continent continue to inhibit social and political progress, limit economic growth and endangers the life of the African citizens. Reasons of conflict are manifold and can be caused by bad governance, racial and ethnic tensions, restricted socio-economic participation and a lack of perspective, especially for young people. More

EU-Africa Policy Dialog
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EU-Africa Policy Dialog

The relationship between Africa and Europe is reciprocal. Challenges faced by one continent will eventually affect the other. Hence, topics like climate change, economic crises, unemployment, violent conflicts, terrorism and migration are of great interest to both continents and need to be addressed on common political grounds. More

Events

Wednesday, 24.08.2022 - Friday, 26.08.2022 - Lilongwe, Malawi | Event

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung AU Cooperation Office in collaboration with AFRODAD has organized a side event in line with the AfCoDD II conference on…


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29.04.2021 | Event

A web-seminar on the futures of EU-AU cooperation on the Africa Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) was organized by the FES AU office and the…


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08.03.2021 | Event

The FES AU office in collaboration with the African Sovereign Debt Justice Network (AfSDJN) and African Forum and Network on Debt and Development…


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IPS Journal

IPS Journal

The IPS Journal is a platform for debates, dedicated to questions of international and European politics. More

Publications

The state of business and human rights in Africa

Abe, Oyeniyi

The state of business and human rights in Africa

AddisAbaba, 2022

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Africa's rising debt and the emergence of new creditors

Ekeruche, Mma Amara

Africa's rising debt and the emergence of new creditors

A review of trends, challenges and prospects (2000-2021)
AddisAbaba, 2022

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Debt management and governance in Africa

Soko, Bopelokgale

Debt management and governance in Africa

AddisAbaba, 2022

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FES Connect

FES Connect

FES Connect sources content published across the German and international network of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. More

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