By E. Lundsgaarde
Combining experiences of demography, weather swap, know-how and innovation, political improvement, new actors in overseas improvement, and worldwide governance frameworks, this publication highlights the foremost underlying determinants of swap within the African context and key uncertainties in regards to the continent's destiny improvement customers.
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This book does not presume to provide detailed answers to all of the questions about desirable priorities, organisational structures and approaches to global governance that have been outlined in the preceding sections. It does aspire to inform deliberations on the future of European development cooperation by offering speculations on how the environment that development policy is designed to respond to could change in the decades ahead. The word speculation is used deliberately. While the chapters that follow contain grounded analyses of key forces that will shape the future development landscape, the goal of the book is not to predict the future, but rather to provide points of orientation in imagining what the future might bring.
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3 While the institute has pointed to instances where the results from consultative processes have been fed into strategy development at the national level, there are also numerous examples where the institute has reported that either the long-term studies themselves or the dissemination processes have been disrupted by political instability. South Africa has provided especially fertile ground for the use of foresight techniques. Apart from the notable use of public interest scenarios during the transition to democratic rule mentioned above, the South African government has maintained a place for foresight at a high level of policy planning, featuring a future strategy unit in the Office of the President, making it one of a relatively small number of countries to make such a commitment to foresight (Day et al.
Africa Toward 2030: Challenges for Development Policy by E. Lundsgaarde