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The Voices of the African People

"Agenda 2063 is an approach to how the continent should effectively learn from the lessons of the past, build on the progress now underway and strategically exploit all possible opportunities available in the short, medium and long term, so as to ensure positive socioeconomic transformation within the next 50 years".

This document outlines the aspirations of the peoples of Africa for 2063 where the continent will have realized its full potential and playing a significant role in the global arena. When the African development will be driven by persons including women and youth.

The African Union Handbook: A guide for those working with and within the African Union : 2014

This handbook, published by the African Union (AU) in partnership with the New Zealand Government, is a ready reference guide for people working in all parts of the AU system including Member States, government officials, Commission staff as well as the many AU partners and concerned civil society. It contains information about the principal organs established by the AU Constitutive Act and subsequent protocols. Also contained in this volume is information on regional entities such as the Regional Economic Communities, which are closely integrated with the AU. It is not necessarily a historical compendium, as it focuses mainly on current organs and structure. However, key details about the original OAU structure are included where possible with notes on significant changes during the transition to the AU.

Annual Report of the Chairperson on the Activities of the African Union Commission Covering the Period January to December 2014.

This report highlights what the Commission has done in coordinating efforts towards continental integration and development. Some of the issues covered include the logical conclusion of the 50th Anniversary Celebrations, consolidation of work on Agenda 2063, efforts to resolve conflicts within the continent, the theme of “2014 the year of Agriculture and Food Security”, work on alternative sources of funding and other initiatives such as infrastructure, regional integration, industrialization, human resources development and climate change.