African nuclear-weapon-free zone treaty / treaty of pelindaba (1996) summary multilateral agreement signed by 49 of the 53 members of the organization of african unity. Establishment and members the organization of african unity was established in 1963 in addis abeba from 32 independent member states in 1963, the independent member states of africa are now 53. Chapter 1 introduction and theoretical framework the organization for african unity (oau), a brief overview of regionalism in other parts of the world will provide a background context transformation of the organization of african unity (oau) to african union. Organization of african unity (oau) islamic cultural, scientific, and cultural organization (isesco) economic commission for latin america and the caribbean (eclac) councils overview of the post-colonial stage of development in africa.
This free miscellaneous essay on oau/au peace mediation machinery established for resolution of conflicts is perfect for miscellaneous students to use as an example summary, conclusion and recommendations the organization of african unity (oau. The primary purpose of this thesis is to examine the role of the organization of african unity (oau) in the nigerian civil war, 1967-1970 the working hypothesis of this thesis is that as a result of (1) conservatism of the oau (2) article 3, paragraphs ii and iii ofthe oau charter and (3) the influence of foreign powers on the oau, the. Organization of african unity and the peaceful settlement of disputes based on the decision making in international organization (rw cox, hk this international and comparative legal encyclopedia contains a fairly broad overview of organization of african unity in the. A brief overview of regional integration proceedings on the continent is given below the heads of state and government of 30 of the 32 independent african nations gathered to establish the organization of african unity (oau. Organization of african unity, the movement of non -aligned countries and the united nations firmly convinced of their duty to promote and protect human and people' rights and freedoms taking into account the importance traditionally attached to these rights and.
Overview may 2013 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the african union's predecessor, the organization of african unity (oau) originally intended to support african states' ambitions for decolonization and to defend their sovereignty. Bibliography includes bibliographical references and index contents brief historical overview of steps to african unity / mohammed bedjaoui the transition from the organisation of african unity to the african union / tiyanjana maluwa.
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Convention governing the specific aspects of refugee problems in africa (oau convention) publisher: organization of african unity (oau) publication date. One of the first things that the independent african nations did was to form an organization called the organization of african unity this organization consists of all independent african states who have reached the agreement to submerge all differences and combine their efforts toward. Au convention governing specific aspects of refugee problems in africa achpr_instr_conv_refug_engpdf 27 kb 5 pages contents article 1 in order to enable the administrative secretary-general of the organisation of african unity to make reports to the competent organs of the organisation. This work is an introduction to the origins, law and institutions of the african union (au) it examines the evolution, structures, legal standards and operational activities of this pan-african organization, which replaced the organization of african unity (oau) 10 years ago.