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The millennium partnership for the African recovery programme (MAP)


Prepared by the Presidents of South Africa, Nigeria and Algeria
(as presented to a conference in Algiers during May 2001),
 
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Draft 3a
 
"It is impossible to separate (Picasso's) anxiety about (African) influence (on his art)... from Europe's larger anxiety about the mask of blackness itself, about an aesthetic relation to virtually an entire continent that it represented as a prime site of all that Europe was not and did not wish to be, at least from the late Renaissance and the Enlightenment."
Henry Louis Gates Jr, in Africa: The Art of a Continent, ed Tom Phillips, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1996, pp. 29 - 30.
 
Table of Contents
 
1   Introduction
2   Africa's place in the global community
3   Africa and the global revolution
4   The case for global partnership
5   Key priorities
6   Conclusion



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