The African – European Parliamentarians Initiative (AEPI) is a non-profit organisation which promotes good governance, human rights and democracy in Africa by offering technical support, capacity-building and training services to regional, national and sub national parliamentary institutions as well as to the elected councils that govern and oversee development efforts at district and municipal levels of local government structures. AEPI uniqueness resides in its approach of peer-to-peer exchanges between parliamentarians as well as specialists in parliamentary capacity building.
Our mission is to enhance human dignity and justice in Africa through a system of values and standards where all people have a voice in the decisions that affect them.
To achieve this, AEPI endeavours to promote human rights and democratic values in Africa by strengthening their representative institutions. Giving the citizens a say in how decisions are made is fundamental to their welfare in a just environment.
The French Ambassador to S. Sudan and AEPI held their first meeting. Ambassador Marc Trouyet had expressed interest in parliamentary affairs. He invited AEPI Director of Programmes, Innocent Minega and South Sudan Country Representative, Moses [...]
As the TLA has progressed to the parliament's swearing-in, the capacity building of the parliamentarians and staff is a vital next step in establishing the rule of law in S. Sudan. This produced a natural [...]
Following the formation of the Revitalised Transitional National Legislative Assembly (TNLA) of South Sudan and subsequent swearing-in of members of parliament on the 2nd of August 2021, AEPI met with the new leadership of the [...]
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