African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Namibia

APRM TRAINING ON SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION: To Accelerate the Implementation of Agenda 2063 and SDGs

APRM Virtual Training on South South Cooperation

The African Peer Review Mechanism in collaboration with GIZ and the Institute for Global Dialogue based at the Univesity of South Africa (UNISA) are launching a Virtual Training Programme on South-South Cooperation (SSC) and the Implementation of Agenda 2063 and SDGs on the Continent.

The APRM invites applications from Postgraduate Students, AU Experts, Civil Servants, Youth and Civil Society Organizations,

Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.

Application for Course to be completed before the 30th of October 2021.

Link to Apply: https://forms.office.com/r/JgRRUFTgyj

AU APRM Call for Training Poster

 

Namibia and the African Peer Review Mechanism: Committing to Improved Governance

Namibia recently joined the African Peer Review Mechanism, a process by which African countries agree to be evaluated by their neighbours with the goal of improving governance on the continent.

Link to access the publication Namibia and the APRM (IPPR, 2017) – Committing to Improved Governancehttps://ippr.org.na/publication/namibia-african-peer-review-mechanism/

 

The APRM Process in Namibia – A Call For Action: A Civil Society Submission

In January 2017, Namibia became the 36th African Union (AU) member state to voluntarily accede to the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). The APRM’s rules require that civil society is meaningfully involved in each country’s review process. Together with the government and the private sector, the country’s civil society sought to diagnose governance strengths and weaknesses, and develop appropriate and applicable remedies. This submission is a result of a collaborative process between Namibian civil society groups over the course of 2018.

Link to access the publication Call for Action – A Civil Society Submission – Namibia (SAIIA & IPPR, 2019)https://ippr.org.na/publication/the-aprm-process-in-namibia-a-call-for-action/