Despite Nigeria’s return to democracy in 1999 and despite the first peaceful handover from one democratically elected Government to another after the presidential elections in 2015, the countries young democracy still faces tremendous challenges. More
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Nigeria together with its partners (Organised Labour, Civil Society and Employers’ Associations) actively encourages and maintains a debate on socially just and sustainable alternatives to the current development model. More
During the past decades, the Giant of Africa’s foreign and security policy has been either person or regime-centred at the expenses of a fully formulated and nationally generated foreign policy and its implementation. More
Promoting democratic governance and inclusive security through CSO involvement in Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon and the wider ECOWAS region Dakar-Fann, 2023
Promoting democratic governance and inclusive security through CSO involvement in Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon and the wider ECOWAS region / authors: Eugénie Rokhaya AW NDIAYE, Mame Lika SIDIBE. - Dakar-Fann : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Peace and Security Competence Centre Sub-Saharan Africa, February 2023. - 41 Seiten = 1,8 MB PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Dakar-Fann : FES-PSCC, 2023 ISBN 978-2-490093-33-5
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