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Europe/ACP - Accords de Cotonou - APE : Le Parlement européen ne doit pas ratifier l’accord « de partenariat » entre l’Europe et l’Afrique de l’Ouest
Agriculture - Accès à la terre - Souveraineté alimentaire - Accaparement des terres : L’approbation du règlement sur le commerce des semences par le Comesa : une catastrophe pour les petits paysans et la souveraineté alimentaire
Agriculture - Accès à la terre - Souveraineté alimentaire - Accaparement des terres : COMESA Approval of Seed Trade Regulations Spells Disaster for Small Farmers and Food Sovereignty in Africa
Zimbabwe : The coalition government of Zimbabwe must urgently institute reforms and ensure human rights respect
Zimbabwe : Zimbabwe Civil Society Position Paper to SADC on the Elections Roadmap
Swaziland : Swaziland Democracy Campaign
Zimbabwe : Joint statement on Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe : Police still torture while political solution to crisis being sought
Financement du développement - Fiscalité - Aide publique : Civil Society Communique From The Inter Regional Dialogue On Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness
Dette : SADC MPs-CSOs Communique on Africa’s Loans
Travail - Emploi - Syndicalisme : Action research in the garment sector in Southern and Eastern Africa
Agriculture - Accès à la terre - Souveraineté alimentaire - Accaparement des terres : The Landless People’s Charter


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Koordination Südliches Afrika (KOSA) :
Southern African Regional Poverty Network :
Media Institute of Southern Africa :
SADC Peoples Summit :
Southern African Social Forum :
Southern African Trade Union Co-ordination Council - SATUCC :



9th People’s Summit communique
Reclaiming SADC for People’s Development
We the more than 250 representatives of grassroots movements, community-based organizations, peasant and small farmers movements, faith based organizations, women’s organizations, labour, student, youth, economic justice and human rights networks and other social movements met in Lilongwe, Malawi from 16th to 17th August for the ninth Southern Africa People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN) Summit hosted by the Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN). [Lire]
17 August 2013


Communique From The Eighth SADC People’s Summit
We the more than 250 representatives of grassroots movements, community-based organizations, peasant and small farmers movements, faith based organizations, women’s organizations, labour, student, youth, economic justice and human rights networks and other social movements met in Mumemo centre, Maracuene, Mozambique, from 15-16 August at the eighth People’s Summit incorporating the People’s Dialogue organized by the Southern Africa People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN), supported by the local host organizations UNAC, Forum Mulher, JA, Livaningo, Accord and Via Campesina to bring the SADC Community’s attention to challenges that affect our daily lives. [Lire]
22 August 2012


COSATU calls on SADC leaders to act now in defence of democracy in Southern Africa
The Congress of South African Trade Unions notes that the 31st Ordinary Summit of SADC heads of states and government begins today in Luanda, Angola to discuss various issues affecting the region. [Lire]
COSATU - 17 August 2011


Memorandum to SADC Summit on Zimbabwe and Swaziland
We, civil society organizations from South Africa, Zimbabwe and Swaziland, gathered at this meeting of SADC Heads of State in Johannesburg on 16 August 2008, reassert our commitment to the struggle for a transition to democracy in Zimbabwe and Swaziland. [Lire]
16 August 2008


Global call to action for the 38th Annual Union World Conference on Lung Health
The 38th Annual Union World Conference on Lung Health is being held in Cape Town on the 8-12 November 2007. It is the first time in its 125-year history that the conference will be held outside of the northern hemisphere. This is important as Southern Africa is experiencing an extremely large and deadly TB epidemic, fuelled by a HIV epidemic. The response has been inadequate; new infections and needless deaths continue unabated. [Lire]
9 November 2007


Reclaiming SADC for Peoples’ Development and Solidarity: Let the People Speak!
SADC People’s Summit 2007
As the SADC Heads of State met last week at Mulungushi International Conference Centre in Lusaka, Zambia, the ordinary peoples of Southern Africa also converged at the In Service Training Trust at the Natural Resources Development College (NRDC) under the auspices of the Southern Africa Peoples’ Solidarity Network (SAPSN) to reclaim SADC for peoples’ development and solidarity. [Lire]
14 August 2007


People’s Solidarity Against Poverty and Oppression
Third edition of the Southern African Social Forum
Malawi will be hosting the 3rd edition of the Southern Africa Social Forum 2006 in Lilongwe, Malawi from 13-15 October 2006.This year’s SASF is expected to bring together thousands of participants from community-based groups, social movements and civil society organizations from SADC under the theme, ’People’s Solidarity against Poverty and Oppression’. [Lire]
1 October 2006


Reclaiming SADC For People’s Solidarity
SADC People’s Summit - 15th -16th August 2006 - Maseru, Lesotho
We are the representatives of many economic justice networks, social development movements, women’s, workers, youth and small-scale farmers, human rights, educational and environmental organisations, and many others, from across the Southern African region. We have gathered in Maseru under the auspices of the Southern African Peoples Solidarity Network (SAPSN), and with support from Development for Peace Education (DPE) as our host in Lesotho. We have come to hold a People’s Summit to review our situation and share our views on the state of regional development and cooperation. We are here to present our views to the Summit of the Heads of State and government ministers’ meeting in Maseru, 16-18 August 2006. [Lire]
16 August 2006


Les San en appellent au gouvernement suisse
Un peuple autochtone d’Afrique australe a demandé aux gouvernements allemand et suisse de prendre des mesures contre la vente illégale de produits diététiques à base de hoodia. Depuis des temps immémoriaux, les San utilisent cette plante grasse comme coupe-faim. Se basant sur la Convention sur la biodiversité (CBD), ils exigent l’arrêt de la vente des produits au hoodia. En effet, selon la CBD, les peuples autochtones ont droit à un partage juste et équitable des avantages découlant de la commercialisation de leurs ressources génétiques et de leur savoir traditionnel. [Lire]
Berne Declaration - 6 mars 2006


Nothing natural about Southern Africa food crisis
With six countries in Southern Africa facing a chronic food shortage, ActionAid charges that whilst the final trigger for the hunger facing the region has been lack of rain, the underlying causes are political and economic. This has led to extreme poverty and a consequent failure to cope with what has been a relatively ’unexceptional’ drought. [Lire]
ActionAid UK - 16 December 2005


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A lire sur le web...

La Namibie et les Accords de partenariat économique - 13 septembre 2013 - Par Henning Melber - Le refus de principe de la Namibie de se voir contrainte à un accord contre ce qu’elle considère ses intérêts a servi d’exemple à d’autre pays qui, initialement étaient prêts à se soumettre aux pressions exercées par l’Union européenne pour la signature des accords de partenariat économique. - Source : Pambazuka News
 
Une campagne pour faire connaître la répression qui sévit au Swaziland - 6 mai 2010 - Interview de Mduduzi C. Gina (SFTU- Swaziland) - Les organisations syndicales du Swaziland sont en première ligne de la Campagne pour la démocratie au Swaziland (Swaziland Democracy Campaign) lancée en février pour encourager le changement dans l’une des dernières monarchies absolues du monde. Elle rassemble des organisations de la société civile, des défenseurs des droits humains, des syndicats et des partis politiques interdits. La campagne tente d’obtenir un soutien international en faveur de la démocratie dans un petit pays rarement sous les feux des projecteurs. Comme l’explique Mduduzi C. Gina, secrétaire général de la Fédération des syndicats du Swaziland (SFTU), les organisateurs de la campagne réclament la fin des lois abusives contre le terrorisme et des restrictions qui pèsent sur les médias et sur les rassemblements politiques. Ils exigent la tenue d’élections multipartites et envisagent . l’adoption de sanctions internationales ciblées contre la clique dirigeante entourant la famille royale si les autorités refusent de bouger. - Source : ITUC-CSI
 
Southern African Social Forum Nearly Marred By Ban: Cosatu Not Allowed To Attend - 18 octobre 2008 - By Faith ka-Manzi – “Destroy structures that give privileges to a few”, shouted Mr. Thomas Deve during the highly charged opening of the Southern African Social Forum (SASF) at the Bosco grounds in Manzini in the small Kingdom of Swaziland on October 16. He appealed to delegates of the forum - dubbed the ‘merchants of hope’ - not to be afraid to proclaim their struggles, and that “peoples forces will not be stopped by anyone”. Deve is a member of the Zimbabwe Social Forum. - Source : Centre for Civil Society
 
Southern Africa Social Forum 2006 - Day 3 Newsletter - 15 October 2006 - Source : Malawi Economic Justice Network
 
Southern Africa Social Forum - Day 2 Newsletter - 14 October 2006 - Source : Malawi Economic Justice Network
 
Southern Africa Social Forum - Day 1 Newsletter - 13 October 2006 - Source : Malawi Economic Justice Network
 





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