- Mar 30, 2010
The police in Africa are a broken institution. They lack funding, adequate training, and institutional support yet are called upon to face an expanding range of complex law and order challenges. This event marks the official launch of a CSIS project to look at the challenge of police reform in Africa and find ways the United States can support it more effectively.
- Feb 12, 2010
Practical Perspectives on Constitutional Reform in Kenya
A Discussion with Kenyan MPs including:
MP for Garsen Constituency, Member of NARC Party
John Olago Aluoch
MP for Kisumu Town West Constituency, Member of ODM Party
- Jan 21, 2010
The CSIS Africa Program, Chatham House, and the International Rescue Committee hosted the launch of a Chatham House report entitled:
- Dec 18, 2009
The CSIS Africa Program and the Africa Center for Strategic Studies hosted
Prospects for Political Reform in Kenya
a discussion with
Kenyan anti-corruption campaigner
William M. Bellamy
Director of the ACSS and former ambassador to Kenya
- Dec 10, 2009
Mark Bowden, UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia, discussed the worsening crisis in Somalia--where violence, displacement, and food insecurity have left nearly half the population in need of humanitarian assistance--and the challenges to humanitarian engagement in a context of asymmetric conflict.
- Oct 8, 2009
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Global Health Policy Center and CARE held a conversation with Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN) on his recent Africa tour with the joint CSIS / CARE delegation to Kenya. In Nairobi, Nyanza Province and North East Province, he examined the impact of U.S.