Since 2012, CLEAN-AFRICA e.V. in partnership with the
African Good Governance Network (AGGN) have held
Good Governance Debate Series regularly (GGDS). Both
AGGN and CLEAN-AFRICA see Good Governance as the
cornerstone of sustainable development in Africa and
other developing countries. Most students with relevance
to developing countries are potential leaders and
community representatives. There is need to stimulate
their interest in the art of competitive healthy debate and
dialogue especially on good governance on a “North” –
“South” and “South” – “South” Level.
The Theme of GGDS for 2017 is: ‘The Refugee Crises is the
Brain-Child of the EU failed Foreign Policies not Climate
The EU is one of the most influential international
develop-ment partners of Africa and the “South”. EU
foreign and security policy which covers peace and
security, diplomacy and partnership, peacekeeping
missions, the means to intervene and European
neighbourhood policy aims to ensure that development
and good governance is attained. However, there are
suggestions that the EU’s development policy has
achieved little in the past twenty years.
EU aid to Africa is often attached to certain conditions.
There has been debate over the effectiveness of aid
conditionality being unable to bring about the sustained
economic and political change. The EU has been unable to
effectively implement the Cotonou Partnership
Agreement whose three pillars: Development-, Political-,
Economic- and Trade- Cooperation would move the
Combined with the upsurge of conflict in the bigger part
of Africa, these factors have led to refugee influx in
Europe. The Eu, however, points more to climate change. It
assumes that climate change impacts have the potential
to undermine policies or projects aimed at poverty
alleviation and economic development hence the push
Purposes of the GGDS Debate
Es gibt zwei unmittelbare Ursachen für die Unterernährung bei Kindern in Uganda: unangemessene Nahrungsaufnahme wegen schlechter Ernährung während dem Stillen sowie im Kleinkindalter und
Ein internationaler Studentenworkshop, der Studenten zusammen führt, um konzeptionelle Entwürfe für das Projekt in Kumasi zu erstellen.
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