Fanon's Warning: A Civil Society Reader on the New Partnership for Africa's Development
Africa World Press, 2002 - History - 219 pages
The New Partnership for Africa's Development plans to develop equitable and sustainable growth in Africa by increasing its integration with the world economy. But NEPAD has come under criticism from major social movements, trade unions and intellectuals for its reliance on corporate-driven globalisation, and its apparent existence as an extension of neo-colonial globalisation. Here, the original NEPAD manifesto is reproduced alongside a paragraph-by-paragraph annotated critique from thinkers and activists around the world.
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