The African Peer Review Mechanism has the potential to promote good governance, democracy, accountability and transparency Cutting Africa' s governance cake: Insights from two key assessment tools
SEVEN years after it was established at the inaugural African Union (AU) Summit in Durban in July 2002, how has the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) - the continent's voluntary home-grown governance monitoring tool - fared? Why have some states not acceded? What has been achieved? And what challenges does this process face?