In This Issue:
- Africa After Cancun
Minding My Brother
- The African Peer Review Mechanism
The Five Stages of APRM
Lessons from the OECD
Harmful Effects of Aid
Peer Review: Who Owns the Process?
FOR two years Africa’s leading reformers have
been raising expections on and off the continent
with a novel promise: To avoid repeating the
sins of the past, heads of state would hold each
other accountable to higher standards. Now the
hype is over. Amid much anticipation, the
African Peer Review Mechanism is gearing up
to begin its first assessments. . .