January 18, 2010
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia—The Centre for Citizens’ Participation in the African Union (CCP-AU), in collaboration with many of its partners, namely the Institute for Security Studies, Oxfam International, TrustAfrica, the Open Society Initiative for East Africa and others, organised a dialogue on the current relationships between Africa and international justice institutions and the role that different stakeholders should play to promote peace and justice.
Clinton Gathering Closes In New York
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
September 24, 2010
By Caroline Preston
Former President Bill Clinton’s annual philanthropy meeting wrapped up Thursday, with appearances from President Obama, Michelle Obama, and Bill Gates.
Off the Pitch: African Philanthropy Comes Into Its Own
July 13, 2010
TrustAfrica is featured in this article about civil society's relationships with intergovernmental bodies such as the Pan African Parliament, NEPAD, and the African Peer Review Mechanism
By Barbara Kalma-Phiri
Mail & Guardian
June 3, 2009
The financial crisis around the world
Akwasi Aidoo, TrustAfrica’s executive director, is featured in this article about the global financial crisis and its impact on civil society and development.
March 1, 2009