The AU is Africa's premier institution and principal organization for the promotion of accelerated socio-economic integration of the continent. It is based on the common vision of a united and strong Africa and on the need to build a partnership between governments and all segments of civil society, in particular women, youth and the private sector, in order to strengthen solidarity and cohesion amongst the peoples of Africa. ... [according to site editor`s information]
OHADA a pour principal objectif de remédier à l'insécurité juridique et judiciaire existant dans les Etats Parties. L'insécurité juridique s'explique notamment par la vétusté des textes juridiques en vigueur : la plupart d'entre eux datent en effet de l'époque de la colonisation et ne correspondent manifestement plus à la situation économique et aux rapports internationaux actuels. Très peu de réformes ont été entreprises jusqu'alors, chaque Etat légiférant sans tenir compte de la législation des Etats de la zone franc.
États membres sont le Bénin, le Burkina-Faso, le Cameroun, la Centrafrique, la Côte d'Ivoire, le Congo, les Comores, le Gabon, la Guinée, la Guinée-Bissau, la Guinée-Equatoriale, le Mali, le Niger, le Sénégal, le Tchad et le Togo. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site]
Die Contemporary Africa Database bietet Informationen über afrikanische Institutionen an, dies umfasst Regierungen, panafrikanische Organisationen, Nichtregierungsorganisationen, Unternehmen usw.
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AALCO, originally known as the Asian Legal Consultative Committee (ALCC) was constituted in 1956. The purposes and objectives of the Organization are inter alia
* to serve as an advisory body to its Member States in the field of international law and as a forum for Asian-African co-operation in legal matters of common concern;
* to consider and deliberate on issues related to international law that may be referred to the Organization by the Member States and to make such recommendations to governments as deemed necessary.
Members are 47 countries from Asia and Africa. Some publications are downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The Society of African Law Association brings together over 200 scientists and practitioners of various disciplines that deal with law, which is related to Africa. The website informs about upcoming conferences, the journal "Law in Africa" (Recht in Afrika), the yearbook of the association and has links and information about ... [editors ilissAfrica]
tralac is a not-for-profit organisation, building trade law capacity in the southern Africa region; in governments, the private sector and civil society. tralac
* monitors trade negotiations, interprets agreements, contributes to debates and stimulates discussion on international law matters, researches developments in international trade law;
* prepares and disseminates a weekly electronic newsletter, Trade Briefs, Working Papers, news articles;
* contributes to discussions in media, collects and makes available an extensive collection of Trade Agreements and related legislation;
* develops and delivers capacity building programmes;
* facilitates Learning Forums. ... [according to site editor's information]
The Southern African Legal Information Institute (SAFLII) provides access to the law of 16 Southern and Eastern African countries. It is provided by the Constitutional Court of South Africa Trust and is based on earlier systems operated by the Wits Law School . The system has been built with assistance from the Australasian Legal Information Institute. SAFLII publishes public legal information -- that is, primary legal materials (legislation, treaties and decisions of courts and tribunals); and secondary legal materials created by public bodies for purposes of public access (law reform and royal commission reports for example) and a growing collection of law journals. ... [according to site editor's information]
Established by the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations (UN) in 1958 as one of the UN's five regional commissions, ECA's mandate is to promote the economic and social development of its member States, foster intra-regional integration, and promote international cooperation for Africa's development.
Made up of 54 member States, and playing a dual role as a regional arm of the UN and as a key component of the African institutional landscape, ECA is well positioned to make unique contributions to address the Continent’s development challenges. ... [according to site editor's information]