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Our campaign and advocacy around policy issues, in collaboration with partners throughout Africa and the rest of the world, especially the global South, is carried out through a number of communication instruments. Apart from traditional communication instruments like books, briefing papers, magazines, audio-visual material (video documentaries etc )often timed as strategic interventions in critical policy debates, we also have a website (www.twnafrica.org) In our endeavor to reach out to as many as possible across Africa’s language divides, we have a full time French-English translation department and outside support for Portuguese and Arabic translation. A typical example of this is our bi-monthly publication African Agenda: which is in English with lead articles translated into French. Published since 1994, African Agenda reflects TWN-Africa’s concerns and campaigns around issues of economic policy, sustainable development, trade and investment, gender, environment, politics, culture and civil society. It provides cutting-edge analyses on economic and social issues.

THIRD WORLD NETWORK-AFRICA BRIEFING NOTE ON EPAs & AfCFTA JUNE 2019 No. II

Title: Implications of Commitments in Non-Tariffs Measures under EPAs and AfCFTA: A focus on the Agro-Food Sector in Southern Africa Introduction                                                                                                                                            Given the divergent tariff liberalisation commitments contained in the various sub-Saharan African EPAs will have implications for the...

THIRD WORLD NETWORK-AFRICA BRIEFING NOTE ON EPAs & AfCFTA JUNE 2019 No. III

Title: Complications in the Agro Food Sector in Africa: A challenge for the AfCFTA Processes and Implementation Introduction                                                                                                                            Complications in Africa’s agro-food sector especially poultry imports could pose a challenge to the AfCFTA processes and its implementation. a. The...