We have been witnessing a resurgence of civilian and military coups and a shrinking of civic space in a growing number of African countries in recent years, even as the serious institutional and political crises experienced by certain countries of the continent for several years are still far from being resolved.
What explains the difficulty that many countries on the continent have in establishing or consolidating systems of democratic governance?
What roles can regional organizations and citizens’ movements play in ending crises and conflicts and consolidating democracy?
How to ensure a better future with dignity on the continent for the younger generations of Africans?
A public conference organized by TrustAfrica and moderated by the renowned Historian and Pan-Africanist, Professor Abdoulaye Bathily
Source: Amani Tv