Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Future of Africa and Policy Development

Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Future of Africa and Policy Development

Icarbord Tshabangu (Leeds Trinity University, UK)
Release Date: March, 2022|Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 375
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8771-3
ISBN13: 9781799887713|ISBN10: 1799887715|EISBN13: 9781799887737|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781799887720
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Description & Coverage
Description:

Despite several idealistic efforts towards a united Africa, the term remains a hypothetical concept symbolizing a desired federal state on the continent. While globalization and interconnectedness have brought prosperity in some parts of the world, Africa has not generally benefited from global decisions. These decisions, policies, and practices have tended to be wholly influenced by the rich and powerful countries and their transnational agencies and corporations in pursuit of their national interests. Faced with such enormous external economic and political forces, the divided and powerless African states have been unable to bargain for lucrative economic deals or pursue national interests for the benefit of their people, hence the need to examine what exists in varied fields and the emerging trends for the future.

Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Future of Africa and Policy Development addresses critical issues and challenges in Africa and seeks to examine and understand the future trends in Africa through a deconstructive interrogation of present trends. Covering a wide range of topics such as sustainability, equality, and democracy, it is ideal for researchers, academicians, students, economists, policymakers, political parties, trade unions, and NGOs.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • African Cultures
  • African Unity
  • Citizenship
  • Democracy and Electoral Processes
  • Diaspora
  • Economic Models
  • Equality
  • Foreign Policy
  • Future of Africa
  • Governance Models
  • Political Integration
  • Sustainability
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Icarbord Tshabangu, PhD, is a graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and lectures at the Institute of Childhood and Education at Leeds Trinity University, UK. He has previously worked as a Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of Educational Foundations and Management programmes, teaching postgraduate and undergraduate courses at the University of Arusha, Tanzania and at the University of Namibia, Namibia. He was also associated with the University of Liverpool Online as Honorary Senior Lecturer. He has served as internal and external examiner at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and continues to be research supervisor. His teaching and research interests are largely on children’s rights, democratic citizenship and qualitative methodologies. He is coordinator for Global Citizenship and Diaspora Network (GLOCIDIN) and Non-Executive Director for Community Development and Services Alliances (CODESA), UK.
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