Participation

Participation

Sauti Mtaani: Promoting Youth Participation in Governance

The potential of Africa’s growing youth population fuels the narrative of a continent on the rise. In Kenya, however, young people have been largely marginalised in governance as well as in development. Unless this is addressed, they are likely to be a threat to peace, a hindrance to development and an obstacle to building a strong democracy.

Raising awareness on LAPSSET Corridor among communities in Turkana County

Since inception, access to information on the LAPSSET Corridor project has been minimal with poor stakeholder participation in the decision making process. To-date, the Strategic Environmental Asseement (SEA) on the corridor, nor the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the related projects has been completed.

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The Ocean Atlas illustrates the important role played by the ocean and its ecosystems – not only for people living on the coasts but for all of us. It aims to give a current insight of the state and the threat of the seas, that are our livelihoods.

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Perspectives #01/2018: The Quest for Political Accountability: Change Agents, Openings and Dead Ends

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Since the third wave of democratisation swept through the continent in the 1990s, the majority of African states have replaced military dictatorships and one-party-dominant systems with more democratic forms of governance. Today, 61 percent of sub-Saharan countries are “free” or “partly free” according to Freedom House’s 2018 survey – although this is down from a high of 71 percent in 2008.

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