Conference on Security, Stability, Development and Cooperation in Africa (CSSDCA)
2002-07 Durban South Africa
Jul 2002, Durban (South Africa), at First Standing Conference, coinciding with Assembly of the newly constituted D-XD8572 - African Union (AU), following: recommendations, Apr 1990, Paris (France), of conference held under joint auspices of F-XF1629 - Africa Leadership Forum (ALF) and E-XE7985 - OECD Development Centre; decision of meeting, 19-22 May 1991, Kampala (Uganda); the setting up, 25 Mar 1992, Arusha (Tanzania), of U-XF2809 - African Elders Council for Peace (AECP); Summits of H-XD3027 - Organization of African Unity (OAU), Jul 1991 (Abuja, Nigeria), 1992 (Dakar) and 1993 (Cairo); resuscitation of the concept at OAU Summit 1999, Algiers (Algeria), by General Olusegun Obasanjo; First Ministerial Meeting held 8-9 May 2000, Abuja (Nigeria) and solemn declaration of OAU Summit, May 2000, Lomé (Togo), adopted by 34th Summit of African Heads of State, 2001, Sirte (Libyan AJ). Expected to complement E-XK2193 - New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD). No longer active.
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Standing Conference (every 2 years at AU Summit). Coordination Unit within AU Secretariat. Clusters or 'Calabashes' (4): Security; Stability; Development (Economic and Social); Cooperation.
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