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Date: March 14, 2011
Location: The Nation (Lilongwe, Malawi)

Malawi will from Monday host a five-day high level international meeting in the capital, Lilongwe, which is expected to pool together smallholder farmers and civil society leaders from seven countries across Africa.

TrustAfrica Seeks to Improve Advocacy and Strengthen Capacity to Advance International Criminal Justice in Africa

The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, a grantee of the Zim Alliance, filed a joint petition on behalf of civil society organizations in Zimbabwe this weekend during a meeting for the SADC Heads of State Special Sumimt on Zimbabwe.

Download the petition under "Attachments" below.

 

Over the past decade, governance assessments have become increasingly important tools in Africa for monitoring whether governments are failing or succeeding in their commitments in legislation, government policies and international law. A workshop gathering civil society, development practitioners and research institutes will focus on civil society's involvement in governance assessments and explore how these tools can better influence governance and policy processes, and hold governments accountable.

Post-independence states on the continent and indeed worldwide are increasingly seeing the convening and mobilising power of civil society as a threat to their authority. As pressure has mounted from groups that are tired of being viewed as third-class citizens in their own countries, an increasing number of States are resorting to violent crackdowns, using and mis-using domestic laws and regulations as well as the state security apparatus to assert their authority.

TrustAfrica is the proud sponsor of “Create, Inspire, Change,” a three-day arts convening that will take place in Harare, Zimbabwe from April 30 to May 2nd, 2012. The event, held in collaboration with Pamberi Trust and Magamba will feature appearances by Senegal’s Didier Awadi and his band, as well as a series of workshops.

On May 8-9, 2013, TrustAfirca and the National Council of Higher Education (NCTE) in Accra, Ghana, hosted a dialogue on the state of higher education in Ghana, titled "Repositioning Tertiary Education for National Development."

Please read these guidelines before using the TrustAfrica logo. Remember that the TrustAfrica logo must never be altered or distorted.

A minimum area within and surrounding the logo must be kept clear of any other typography, as well as graphic elements such as photographs, illustrations, thematic images and patterns, and the trim edge of a printed piece. More than the minimum clear space is encouraged if applications provide the opportunity.

Minimum clear space on all sides is equal to the height of the Acacia tree in the TrustAfrica logo, at any size.

 

Minimum Print Logo Size

An absolute minimum size has been established forthe logo to ensure legibility in print applications.
Minimum height of printed logo = 6 MM
Minimum width of printed logo = 35 MM

Minimum On-screen Logo Size
An absolute minimum size has been established for the logo to ensure legibility in on-screen applications.
Minimum height of screened logo = 27 pixels
Minimum width of screened logo = 170 pixels
Do Not...
  • alter or partially cover the logo.
  • alter the proportions, position or letter spacing.
  • stretch, condense, distort or sperate logo elements.
  • replace the logotype with another typeface.
Click here to download the TrustAfrica Brown Logo in (CMYK) View Corporate Identity.

 


Please read these guidelines before using the TrustAfrica logo. Remember that the TrustAfrica logo must never be altered or distorted.

A minimum area within and surrounding the logo must be kept clear of any other typography, as well as graphic elements such as photographs, illustrations, thematic images and patterns, and the trim edge of a printed piece. More than the minimum clear space is encouraged if applications provide the opportunity.

Minimum clear space on all sides is equal to the height of the Acacia tree in the TrustAfrica logo, at any size.

 

Minimum Print Logo Size

An absolute minimum size has been established forthe logo to ensure legibility in print applications.
Minimum height of printed logo = 6 MM
Minimum width of printed logo = 35 MM

Minimum On-screen Logo Size
An absolute minimum size has been established for the logo to ensure legibility in on-screen applications.
Minimum height of screened logo = 27 pixels
Minimum width of screened logo = 170 pixels
Do Not...
  • alter or partially cover the logo.
  • alter the proportions, position or letter spacing.
  • stretch, condense, distort or sperate logo elements.
  • replace the logotype with another typeface.
Click here to download the TrustAfrica Blue Logo in (CMYK) View Corporate Identity.

 


Venue: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia AUC Conference Centre (alternative: UNECA Conference Center)

Date: May 23-24, 2013

This year (2013) marks the 50th Anniversary of the Organization of African Unity/African Union (OAU/AU), which was founded on the 25th May, 1963. The 50th Anniversary celebrations provide a unique opportunity to recreate the African narrative by putting it in perspective to enthuse and energize the African population and use their constructive energy to set and implement an agenda for unity, peace and development in the 21st century. The thrust of this agenda is a program of social, economic and political rejuvenation that links the past, present and future in order to create a new generation of Pan-Africanists. This generation of Pan-Africanists will harness the lessons learned and use them as building blocks to consolidate the hope and promises of African Unity and Renaissance. TrustAfrica along with several other partner organizations will be a co-covener of this two-day dialogue coordinated by the AUC Chairperson's office.

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