Authors
 

Arsene Brice Bado, SJ

Deputy Director of the Institute of Dignity and Human Rights at the Centre de Recherche et d'Action pour la Paix (CERAP) in Abidjan, C™ote d'Ivoire

 

Observing the situation of many African states, one becomes aware of lacerated societies, or at least of societies in “high tension” where the main issue at stake is one of internal cohesion. Many states resemble aggregates of entities forced to live together while doing their utmost to affirm their own uniqueness. Thus, the political space… Read the full article

15.05.2017