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Africa in 2020: Discussion Paper
The 2020 scenario exercise was designed to extend the comprehensive 2015 exercise completed by the National Intelligence Council in December 2000. This paper first reviews the 2015 document and then

Author: National Intelligence Council
Organisation: National Intelligence Council
Publish Date: January 2004
Africa in 2020: Three Scenarios For The Future
This paper identifies three scenarios for Africa in 2020: Where Africa takes charge, where it follows, and a ‘patchwork quilt’ where some countries lead and others fall behind.

Author: Jeffrey Herbst and Greg Mills
Organisation: The Brenthurst Foundation
Publish Date: 2006
Africa in 2050: Adopt to global changes quickly or perish
What will Africa be like in 2050?” This was one of the critical debates at the 5th African Economic Conference held in Tunis recently.

Author: Julius Bosire
Organisation: Julius Bosire
Publish Date: November 2010
Africa in 50 Years’ Time: The Road Towards Inclusive Growth
Given that Africa’s independence began about 50 years ago, for the next 50 years this document assesses the economic and human development prospects in Africa. It identifies the drivers of change and

Author: African Development Bank
Organisation: African Development Bank
Publish Date: September 2011
Africa Mining Vision
The Africa Mining Vision is informed by the outcomes of several initiatives and efforts made at sub-regional, continental and global levels to formulate policy and regulatory frameworks to maximize t

Author: African Union
Organisation: African Union
Publish Date: February 2009
Africa on the move: an urban crisis in the making
Africa is on the move and the rapid urbanisation of the continent has to be recognised both for its potential problems and its genuine possibilities.

Author: Dr. Anna Kajumulo Tibaijuka
Organisation: United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
Publish Date: December 2004
Africa Rising: Who Benefits from the Continent's Economic Growth?
With this edition of Perspectives, the Heinrich Böll Foundation gives Africabased commentators and experts from across the continent the opportunity to critically reflect on the “Africa rising” story

Author: Perspectives - Political Analysis and Commentary from Africa 01/2014
Organisation: Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung
Publish Date: February 2014
Africa Travel & Tourism Economic Impact 2011
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which is the business leaders' forum for travel & tourism, has spent more that 20 years developing its economic impact research for the benefit of private a

Author: World Travel & Tourism Council
Organisation: World Travel & Tourism Council
Publish Date: 2011
Africa's Demographic Trends
One of, if not the overriding objective of development is to improve the quality of life or all the people. Populations are therefore at the core of development. Understanding demographic trends prov

Author: Maurice Mubila
Organisation: African Development Bank
Publish Date: 2012
Africa's Future is Female
It is time to invest in African women to create a brighter future for Africa.

Author: www.ONE.org
Organisation: www.ONE.org
Publish Date: 2010
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