The series ‘Governance in Africa Conversations’, presented by Armando Conte – former BBC World Service journalist and broadcaster – brings together some of the most important and inspired thinkers, policy makers and experts focusing on issues affecting governance in Africa.
Governance is critical for development – and development is critical for governance – and has become a powerful theme of discussions of development in Africa and elsewhere. But there is a need for more debate within Africa on these issues.
The series is part of the ‘Governance for Development Initiative’ at the Centre of African Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London in the United Kingdom, funded by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.
Please see website for details and interviews: http://www.governanceinafrica.org/