Non-governmental, independent, non-profit centre for studies, research and advisory services relating to Africa’s political, economic, social and cultural development, established in 1991. Undertakes proactive policy-oriented research and strategic studies in security, stability, cooperation and development in a regional and global context. Principal areas of focus are:
Africa in the rapidly changing geo-political situation
the strategic importance of post apartheid South Africa in Africa
issues in African development
challenges and strategic importance of people-centred democracy in Africa
comprehending and mastering African conflicts
how can Africa exit from external debt?
strategies for self-reliant and self-sustaining development and democratisation