The Ezulwini Consensus and the African Predicaments
Interrogating the Feasibility of Collective Governance in Addressing African Problems: Case of Ezulwini Consensus
This book focuses on collective governance in addressing African problems using the Ezulwini consensus as a case study of collective governance.
The study mainly focuses on the African problem of unequal representation in the UNSC where Africa does not have a permanent seat with veto power like other regions such as America, Europe and Asia.
This problem resulted to collective governance in the form of the Ezulwini Consensus where most African states united and are calling for UNSC reforms so that Africa can be represented in the UNSC like other regions.
The study provides recommendations and solutions to the achievement of collective governance in addressing African problems hence in this case in achieving the Ezulwini consensus goal.
Thembisani Mpofu is a holder of a Master's Degree in International Affairs (Midlands State University, Zimbabwe).
He also holds a Honours Degree in Politics and Public Management (Midlands State University, Zimbabwe).