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NIAMEY, 2022

Presentation

 

For this first edition, 15 young researchers from diverse backgrounds have been selected to be trained in scientific writing by eminent personalities from the African and international academic world who will be their mentors during and after the training workshop. The selected candidates were chosen based on their applications submitted in response to the call for applications issued by the program a few months earlier, on the theme 'Decolonizing the Future of Public Administration in Africa'

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Niamey, 2022

Decolonizing the Future of
Public Administration in Africa

 

The Juniors researchers' Institute, for its first session, was held in Niamey from February 4 to 12, 2023. It is connected to issue 6 of Global Africa Journal which focuses on African Public Administrations (APA), under the title “Decolonizing the Future of Public Administration in Africa".

Such an object unquestionably arouses the interest of researchers concerned with understanding the dynamics of the state, as they take shape and develop in Africa. It is a subject open to multidisciplinarity which is today at the heart of reflections in the social sciences. Consequently, the selected candidates intend to contribute validly to the renewal of knowledge on a subject recognized for its high strategic content in reflections on the State in Africa.​

The laureates

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Paul Derrick Dang A Goufan

Ecole normale supérieure d’enseignementTechnique (ENSET).Université d’Ebolowa