Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا


Papers presented at the Conference

East Africa Region, 30-31 October 2003, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia

Number of visits: 928

- International Terrorism in the Security complexes in the Greater Horn of Africa: An Overview from Uganda under the Movementocracy, Aaron K.K. Mukwaya

- Authoritarianism, Mass Participation and Tribal Politics as Impediments to Development and National Unity: Experiences from Sudan, Adam Azzain Mohamed

- International Terrorism and East African Regionalism, Alfred Anangwe

- From Local Conflicts to Global Terrorism: Can Refugees, and Regional Security Problems Jeopardize the Renewal of Kenya? Babere Kerata Chacha

- Intellectuals and Africa’s Renewal, C.Seithi .L. Chachage

- The role of PASMAE (Pan-African Society for Musical Arts Education) in East African Renewal , Caroline Van Niekerk

- The kibaki ethical agenda for renewal in Kenya: Challenges and proposed solutions Constance, Ambasa Shisanya

- Obstacles to Regional Integration and the Politics of Power in East Africa, Edward Waswa Kisiang’ani

- The pax Americana and the terrorist challenge to renewal in post-cold war east Africa, Edwin Gimode

- The State and Challenges of Poverty Reduction/Eradication and Sustainable Development in Uganda, Elijah Dickens Mushemeza

- Ethnicity: An opportunity for, or the bane of Africa’s development? Emmanuel Okoth Manyasa

- Civil society and the State: Enhancing public morality in African citizenship, Eric Masinde Aseka

- Rethinking Popular Arts and Culture in the 21st Century East Africa , F.E.M.K. Senkoro

- Language and the east African parliament: National identities, gender mainstreaming and the re-invention of regionalism , Felicia Arudo Yieke

- Democratization in Kenya: Thinking through the Crisis of Radicalism, Godwin Murunga

- National, Regional, and International Pre-requisites To the Renewal of the State in Africa : (Case of Sudan 89-2003), Hamed Omer Haw

- The Construction of Property and Ethnic Conflicts in Northern Kenya, Hussein A. Mahmoud

- The State, Citizenship and the Politics of Taxation in Kenya, 1963-2003, Isaac Tarus

- Les tentatives du renouveau comorien, Ismael Ibouroi

- The Rise, the Fall and the Insurrection of Nationalism in Africa, Issa G. Shivji

- Linguistic globalization, regional integration and the place of Kiswahili in eastern Africa, K.Inyani Simala

- A political federation of the East African countries, Kasaija Philip Apuuli

- Civil Society Organizations and Democratic Consolidation in Uganda, Katusiimeh Mesharch Walto

- The political and legal dilemma in transforming a movement to multi party system in Uganda: Is national resistance movement(nrm) riding on a tiger’s back? Kulumba mohammed

- Transient, Mobile “Nations” and the Dilemma of Nationhood in the Horn of Africa: Interrogating Nomadic Pastoralists, Insecurity and the Uncertainty of belonging, Maurice Amutabi

- National Integration and Peace in Tanzania: An Aberrant Case in Sub-Saharan Africa, Mohammed A. Bakari

- A Generation in Search of ‘Uhuru’, Mshaï S. Mwangola

- Civil Society and Politics: Lessons from Uganda, Murindwa Rutanga

- Black consciousness in East African Children’s literature, Okello Richard Nixon

- Nation Building, Identity Formation and Cultural Production in Kenya: A Literary Perspective, Peter Simatei

- Transborder Community Relations in East Africa: Linchpins, Barriers or Opportunities for Regional Integration? Peter Wafula Wekesa

- Liberalisation and the promotion of ethnic stereotyping: A case of Uganda’s F.M. radio stations, Roselyne Ajiko

- The “No – Party” Political System and Electoral Politics in Uganda: A Comparative Study of Two Presidential Elections, Sabiti Makara

- East African Community: Towards a Political Federation, Sindani Lairuka Jackson

- Reform and Industrial Development and Trade in East Africa: The Case of Tanzania, Stephen M. Kapunda

- Exploring Alternating Development Paradigms for Africa’s Development: The Case of Social capital in Uganda, William Muhumuza




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