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Africa In 2022: What’s in Store for Africa for 2022?

https://www.freiheit.org/sub-saharan-africa/whats-store-africa-2022

January has passed, but what’s in store for Africa for the rest of 2022? A number of countries will be hosting elections of some form in 2022. The eyes of the world will be on the African continent assessing whether there is progress on some thorns that have hindered Africa’s image in the past. Will we see a drop in human rights violations? Will there be efficient economic progress to lift people out of poverty. Or will it be more of the same talk and no action?
Kenya, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Angola and Equatorial Guinea

Dakar (Westafrika) | Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung

https://www.freiheit.org/de/westafrika

Die Stiftung für Freiheit ist seit 1980 in Dakar, Senegal, präsent. Von hier koordiniert sie die Aktivitäten in der gesamten Subregion. Senegal gilt als das stabilste Land in Westafrika. Die Stiftung konzentriert ihre Arbeit im Land und in der Region auf die Themen Rechtsstaatlichkeit, Marktwirtschaft und die Einhaltung der Menschenrechte. Sie unterstützt liberale politische Partner und ausgewählte zukünftige politische Führungskräfte. Sie identifiziert und fördert aktiv Organisationen und Einzelpersonen, die bereit sind, Verantwortung zu übernehmen und zur Entwicklung beizutragen.
Guinea 08.09.2021 Jo Holden Militärputsch in Guinea

Dakar (Western Africa) | Friedrich Naumann Foundation

https://www.freiheit.org/western-africa?page=1

The Foundation for Freedom has had a presence in Dakar, Senegal since 1980. From here it manages most of the West- African Subregion. Senegal has experienced several peaceful transitions of power since achieving independence in 1960. It is considered the most stable country in West Africa. The Foundation focuses its work in Senegal and  in the region on the rule of law, the market economy and respect for human rights. It supports liberal political partners and selected future political leaders. It actively identifies and promotes organisations and individuals willing to take responsibility and contribute to development.
autocratic rule and the mismanagement that have dominated Guinea

Migration: Studying Climate Change and Other Causes of Migration at its Origin

https://www.freiheit.org/spain-italy-portugal-and-mediterranean-dialogue/studying-climate-change-and-other-causes-migration

In the framework of a project that is now approaching its third anniversary, the FNF Madrid office, alongside the Dakar office, organised a study trip to Senegal, in order to investigate and better understand the root causes of migration in the region, with special focus on climate change. The trip was part of the Migration Policy Group which the Mediterranean Dialogue of the Madrid Office has been cultivating and strengthening for the past couple of years.
The situation in neighbouring countries, such as Guinea

Simbabwe: Nailbiter continues for Peace Prize of the German Book Trade winner Tsitsi Dangarembga

https://www.freiheit.org/sub-saharan-africa/nailbiter-continues-peace-prize-german-book-trade-winner-tsitsi-dangarembga

Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger has traveled to Harare, Zimbabwe, for the announced sentencing of Tsitsi Dangarembga. But the attrition tactics against the critic continue: the date for the pronouncement of the verdict has been postponed to September 29. Dangarembga is a peaceful critic of Zimbabwe’s autocratic repressive system. She was sentenced because of a poster calling for reforms. The Friedrich Naumann Foundation has been observing the trial on the ground since it opened some two and a half years ago.
autocratic rule and the mismanagement that have dominated Guinea

Africa Freedom Prize: The FNF Africa Freedom Prize – “Then, Now and Beyond”

https://www.freiheit.org/sub-saharan-africa/fnf-africa-freedom-prize-then-now-and-beyond

The Africa Freedom Prize was introduced in 2016 and it honours outstanding personalities who provide decisive impulses for the development of liberal civil society in African countries. Today, well known South African media personality Redi Tlhabi hosts the Africa Freedom Prize — “Then, Now and Beyond” feature that is looking back at the past recipients of the award. More importantly, we reflect on where the continent is today and more.
autocratic rule and the mismanagement that have dominated Guinea

Mediterranean Dialogue: The “ 2nd Meeting of Hispanists Africa-Spain“ consolidates the importance of „Afro-Hispanism“

https://www.freiheit.org/spain-italy-portugal-and-mediterranean-dialogue/2nd-meeting-hispanists-africa-spain-consolidates

The Cervantes Institute is holding the 2nd Africa-Spain Hispanists‘ Meeting “ The African imprint on Spanish“, a forum for dialogue that will be held in Madrid from Tuesday until Thursday 18 November, to reflect on the African imprint on Spanish, especially in Hispanic literature and cultures.
The literature of Equatorial Guinea, the only Spanish-speaking

Senegal: Besuch des Bundespräsidenten in einem Land mit Vorbildcharakter

https://www.freiheit.org/de/deutschland/besuch-des-bundespraesidenten-einem-land-mit-vorbildcharakter

Während sich besonders in Westafrika in letzter Zeit die schlechten Nachrichten von Staatsstreichen und Militärregierungen aneinanderreihen, wird die politische Ausnahmerolle Senegals oftmals übersehen. Das Land verfügt im regionalen Vergleich über gefestigte Institutionen, eine freie Presse und eine rege Zivilgesellschaft. Der Bundespräsidentenbesuch zollt diesen Entwicklungen Rechnung.
kontrollieren oder deren endemische Korruption wie in Guinea

Migration: Untersuchung des Klimawandels und anderer Ursachen der Migration an ihrem Ursprung

https://www.freiheit.org/de/spanien-italien-portugal-und-mittelmeerdialog/untersuchung-des-klimawandels-und-anderer-ursachen

Im Rahmen eines Projekts, das sich nun dem dritten Jahrestag nähert, organisierte das FNF-Büro in Madrid zusammen mit dem Büro in Dakar eine Studienreise in den Senegal, um die Ursachen der Migration in der Region zu untersuchen und besser zu verstehen, mit besonderem Schwerpunkt auf dem Klimawandel. Die Reise fand im Rahmen der Gruppe für Migrationspolitik statt, die der Mittelmeerdialog des Madrider Büros seit einigen Jahren pflegt und stärkt.
In den Nachbarländern wie Guinea oder Mali ist die

South Sudan: The Shaky Peace Deal in South Sudan

https://www.freiheit.org/sub-saharan-africa/shaky-peace-deal-south-sudan

According to the United Nations Mission in South Sudan, more than 400 people were massacred in bitter rival militias in the country between June and September 2021. Kiir and Machar’s militias allegedly committed the atrocities. The oil rich South Sudan has been engulfed in ethnic violence since December 2013 and over 400 000 people have died since the conflict started. South Sudanese entrusted the AU to ensure that justice is served and end the culture of impunity.
autocratic rule and the mismanagement that have dominated Guinea