In the second blog of a two-piece series on World Policy Journal’s “The African Angle”, George B.N. Ayittey argues that despotism and dictatorship historically did not exist in African politics.
AAI and TLP-partner institution Enterprise Development Center (EDC) at Pan-African University held a daylong forum on African leadership development on May 27 in Lagos, Nigeria.
AAI’s Conversations on Africa Series forum will launch with a panel discussion on “AGOA 2015: Positioning Renewal to Ensure Better Human Capacity Training” on Thursday, June 12 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
In the World Policy Journal’s “The African Angle”, George B.N. Ayittey explores how centuries of Western influence have shaped the way leaders, like King Mswati III, govern their people.
Increasing the leadership potential of African talent and leveraging technology to spur innovation in some of the fastest growing career sectors in Africa to solve Africa’s skills gap was highlighted at AAI’s Second Annual Talent Summit in early-May.
AAI President Amini Kajunju participated in an April panel discussion at the Public-Private Partnership Forum, that brought together leaders from government agencies, corporations and nongovernmental organizations for a series of conversations on global development.
In “The African Angle” blog, Cameroonian Global Youth Ambassador Joannes Paulus Yimbesalu asks when young African women will be given the educational opportunities they deserve.