The African Union was established in 2002 and replaced the Organization of African Unity. Its charter says it would work for closer political integration – and through united efforts, attempt to change the image of Africa as a country at war, run by dictators, and plagued by coups. Well, eight years on, what progress has it made?
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
Ayo Johnson, Specialist on African Affairs based in London
Edith Ofwana Adera, Senior Programme Specialist, International Development Research Centre, Co-Author of "Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa"
Antoine Lokongo, an African journalist based here in Beijing
Fascinating and robust panel discussion.. listen to the MP3 file here: African Union Summit
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