Building Peace in Southern Africa
(Seminar Report No. 35)

This CCR seminar report is based on a policy research seminar held on 25 and 26 February 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa. The meeting assessed Southern Africa's peacebuilding challenges by focusing largely on the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Adopting the approach that peace and security are essential prerequisites for development for Southern Africa's 257 million inhabitants, and that building peace requires a holistic approach, the seminar critically assessed the broad institutional, security, and governance challenges that have confronted SADC in the two decades since it took its present form in 1992.
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Posted to the Web: 1 April 2011

Building Peace in Southern Africa
(Policy Brief No. 6)

This CCR policy brief is based on a policy advisory group meeting, held in Cape Town, on 25-26 February 2010. The meeting assessed Southern Africa's peacebuilding challenges by focusing largely on the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the sub-region's principal Regional Economic Community. The seminar critically assessed the broad institutional, security, and governance challenges that have confronted SADC in the two decades since it took its present form in 1992.
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Updated on the Web: 29 March 2011

Southern Africa: Building an Effective Security and Governance Architecture for the 21st Century
(Seminar Report No. 24)

The 24th report in CCR's policy seminar reports series focuses on efforts by the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Co-operation (OPDSC) troika -- Namibia, Tanzania, and Angola -- to advance security, governance and development initiatives in the southern African sub-region. The report is based on a seminar held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, on 29-30 May 2007.
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Posted to the Web: 28 January 2008

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