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Getting to grips with the regional politics of water in Africa

Blog | Published on 17-03-2019

Alfonso Medinilla | Martin Ronceray

Cross-border water governance is a world where technical and political communities collide, where pr [...]

Leveraging Africa's Extractive Sector for Inclusive Economic Transformation

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 24-07-2014

Africa is endowed with some of the world s largest mineral reserves, including three-quarters of the [...]

Regulatory Reform in the Liberian Mining Sector: Striking the Right Balance

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 24-07-2014

San Bilal

Liberia, like many African countries, is updating its minerals and mining law. Why update the law no [...]

The Transformative Potential of Local Content Policies

Events | Published on 03-09-2015

Isabelle Ramdoo (Alumna)

ARI was drawn to the idea of organising this event by Dr Jesse Salah Ovadia at the University of New [...]

Catalysing investment in the most fragile countries

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 04-02-2016

The European Investment Bank supports EU policies around the world, something which is extended to t [...]

Mapping the potential of cross-border cooperation in West Africa

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 30-11-2015

Mapping the socio-economic potential of border regions can provide great insights as to where cross- [...]

Central Africa: A region falling behind? Reconsidering approaches to improving development outcomes

Events | Published on 16-02-2017

Bruce Byiers

UNDP, through the Regional Service Centre for Africa (RSCA), has recently completed a sub-regional s [...]

EPA Update, GREAT insights, Volume 2, Issue 1 (January 2013)

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 04-12-2013

Quentin de Roquefeuil (Alumnus)

ACP Heads of State Summit in Equatorial Guinea, Mohamed Ibn Chambas resigns from ACP Secretary Gener [...]

The Role of Regional Cooperation in the context of West African Oil

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 24-07-2014

West Africa is one of the most dynamic subregions of the continent. With a gross domestic product (G [...]

“Doing Less and Choosing Better”: Pacific Perspectives on the Future of the ACP Group

Blog | Published on 25-10-2013

Geert Laporte

The Pacific always has been regarded as the small boy in the ACP class". With the exception of the [...]