Overcoming the challenges of African governance

Equality, training, integrity, discipline and autonomy, the ideal values of progressive African governance. By 2040, i.e. in about 20 years’ time, the African population is expected to exceed two billion inhabitants according to the latest demographic forecasts of the United Nations[1]. Corruption, lifetime presidency, military fragility, regional dissonances… the governance of African states, particularly Sub-Saharan...

Boko Haram and the Security Crisis in Nigeria and Cameroon

RICHARD FILAKOTA, Rector of the Catholic University of Central Africa Professor at the Catholic University of Central Africa (Catholic Institute of Yaoundé). He is a specialist in religious facts (new religious movements, Islamism, religious fundamentalism, neopaganism, religious syncretism, etc.) and has published a book on Islamic renewal in Black Africa: the case of the Central...

Cohabitation of Religions in Central Africa and their Socio-Political Inking

Professor RICHARD FILAKOTA, Rector of the Catholic University of Central Africa The global context is marked by the rise of religion. This phenomenon can be observed in Africa, the United States, Asia, even in Europe, the land of secularism. With regard specifically to the African continent, particularly Central Africa, the collapse of African states in...

Helping in Africa: Some Benchmarks for Thinking and Acting at the Dawn of a New “Post-2015” Approach

Denis MAUGENEST. A Former Rector of the Catholic University of Central Africa, Former Professor of Political Science at the Catholic University of Central Africa (Catholic Institute of Yaoundé). He is the creator of academic institutions in Africa, and has published a book on Living Together Despite Everything: An Introduction to Political Society (PUCAC/ Les Éditions...

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