Scholarly Communication in Africa Program (SCAP) posited that by using internet-based Web 2.0 technologies, the University of Mauritius would increase online visibility of academics and their chances of gaining access to sought-after academic netw
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Summary report of the Seminar on Role of the Private Security Sector in African Conflicts, ISS Conference Room, Pretoria, 22 June 2009
Although the militaries of developing states are willing to assist in peacekeeping operations they do not have enough resources and are unlikely to be successful.Published dateFriday, January 2, 2009 - 05:00
Involvement of the Private Security Sector in African Conflicts, Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Assistance Operations
In 2006, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) undertook a project entitled Regulation of the Private Security Sector in Africa that was supported by IDRC under project 103396.
Access to information (ATI) is now recognized as a fundamental and universal human right as well as a cornerstone to good governance and the fight against corruption.