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Centre for African Studies, Dalhousie University (1984)
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Congo Sudan Somalia South Africa Browse All Africa. In this collection of essays, African development specialists at Canada's Dalhousie University evidently aim to foster tactical thinking on the Lagos Plan of Action; of real general interest, here, is a highly informative discussion by Barry Lesser of Africa's potential relation to the communications revolution. For the most part, however, the authors fail to avoid the usual pitfall of Plan proponents, and end up dwelling on what ought to be rather than what might be (most notably in considering the need for an African security system in terms of NATO's role in facilitating the.

The Lagos Plan of Action (officially the Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa, 1980–2000) was an Organisation of African Unity-backed plan to increase Africa's self-sufficiency. It was drafted in Lagos, Nigeria in April 1980, during a conference which included a variety of African leaders.

See OAU, Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa, 1980–2000 (Geneva: International Institute for Labour Studies, 1985); and Africa’s Priority Programme for Economic Recovery 1986–1990 (Addis Ababa: OAU, July 1985). 3. See ‘United Nations Programme of Action for African Economic Recovery and Development 1986–2990’, UN A/RES/S-13/2, 13 June 1986; and OAU/ECA, Africa’s Submission to the Special Session of the UNGA on Africa’s Economic and Social Crisis (Addis Ababa: OAU, March 1986).

5 Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa, 1980-2000, . 1981, published by the International Institute for Labour Studies, Geneva. However, a detailed analysis of every aspect of the Plan would be outside the scope of this discussion.

Personnel Management in Africa. Beyond Underdevelopment: the anarchic state in Africa', African Studies Association Which Way Africa: ECA and IBRD responses to the continental crisis. 39 See Timothy M Shaw, Which Way Africa: ECA and IBRD responses to the continental crisis, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, 1982, and 'Berg Report Gets Hesitant Welcome,' op. cit. Beyond Neo-Colonialism: Varieties of Corporatism in Africa.

African Futures Lagos is a month-long, highly cultural and intellectual event with a goal t. .what went down! SiliconAfrica 500 Startups Ferdy 'Ladi Adimefe Lily Ferdy Adimefe Gabriel Dada Lucky Emmanuel Igbomor Myvonne Alasia.

The Lagos Plan of Acti. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Lagos Plan of Action Vs. the Berg Report: Contemporary Issues in African Economic Development.

The Lagos Plan of Action-as it came to be called-accordingly saw the resolution of.

The Lagos Plan of Action-as it came to be called-accordingly saw the resolution of the crisis in a greater reliance, not on world-market mechanisms, but on the capac-ity of African states to mobilize national resources and foster greater mutual economic integration and cooperation. 8 In its emphasis on. 7 See Lancaster, ‘Political Economy and Policy Reform’, pp. 171–3. 8 OAU, The Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa 1980–2000, Geneva 1981

The LAP lays the foundation for the development and implementation process for future action plans that will be more streamlined and inclusive. What are the goals and plans for implementation? We have decided to streamline priorities for Africa into five basic transformation goals, which are strategically developed to address industry challenges and realise opportunities.

The plan blamed Africa's economic crisis on the Structural Adjustment Programs of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund and . "Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa, 1980-2000" (PDF).

The plan blamed Africa's economic crisis on the Structural Adjustment Programs of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund and the vulnerability of African economies to worldwide economic shocks, such as the 1973 oil crisis. Organisation of African Unity, republished by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.