African Development Bank (Abidjan)
Free Movement in Africa is Desirable, but How to Realize It?
The launch the Africa Visa Openness Report 2016 and the new African passport, writes Mandla Lionel Isaacs, are "encouraging developments which move us closer to the point when Africans move as freely across the continent as European Union citizens move across Europe, and American citizens move across the United States." He makes four suggestions on how to advance progress on free movement in Africa. Read more. More on AfDB in this BRIEFING.
African Development Bank, 26 August 2016
Free movement is back on the continent's policy agenda and within its integration discourse. Read more »
In the Africa Visa Openness Report 2016, visa openness means how easy it is for African travelers to visit another country on the continent... There is a strong business case for visa openness in Africa, which in turn promotes the free movement of people and is at the foundation of deeper and closer integration of the continent - Africa Visa Openness Report 2016
The African Development Bank (AfDB) remains focused on delivering its plans to transform Africa and work towards building a continent with seamless borders. "We have reasons to be ... Read more »