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A workshop co-hosted by the Southern African Regional Poverty Network (SARPN) and the Centre for Civil Society

ENGAGING NEPAD: GOVERNMENT AND CIVIL SOCIETY SPEAK TO ONE ANOTHER

4th July 2002
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Workshop paper > Brian Kagoro


Can apples be reaped from a thorn tree? A case analysis of the Zimbabwean Crisis and NEPAD's Peer Review Mechanism

By Brian Kagoro
Co-ordinator of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition
e-mail: crisis-zim@transparency.org.zw

Presented to the Southern Africa Research Poverty Network (SARPN) and Center for Civil Society workshop on "Engaging NEPAD: government and civil society speak to one another"

4th July 2002,
University of Natal, Durban
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Table of contents
1. Background: The Seeds of Self-destruction?
2. Substitutionalism: The President as the epitomy of nationhood
3. The Post Independence state as a burden and challenge
  IMF/World Bank Economic Reforms: The Markets as Liberators?
  Democratization and the Constitution-Making Debate
  The genesis of the current political crisis
  Political Violence and Intimidation
  The Legacy of Impunity
4. Violence before and during the March 2002 Presidential election
  The Stolen Presidential Election
5. Violence and intimidation after Presidential election
  Attacks on the judicial independence
  Attacks on press freedom
6. The land crisis
  The economic dimensions of the Crisis
7. The NEPAD promise and Peer Review
  Critique of the Peer Review Mechanism
8. Conclusion



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