KALAMAZOO, Mich.—The Center for African Development Policy Research at Western Michigan University announces a call for papers on the theme, "The Challenges of Good Governance and Leadership for Sustainable Development in African States."
Chosen papers will be presented at the eighth International Conference on African Development, which will be held Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 14-16, in Brown Hall on WMU's main campus in Kalamazoo. The conference, which is free of charge for academics, policymakers, investors, donors, students and the general public, provides an independent forum where people can freely discuss their research and views regarding democratic governance to promote sustainable development for all African nations.
Visit the conference website for additional details on the theme.
The International Conference on African Development is being sponsored by the WMU Center for African Development Policy Research, numerous academic and administrative units at the University, and several other organizations.