CfP: Past and present African experiences everywhere in the world (Framework)

African Views Framework, Launch on Juni 15th, 2010

Our goal is to provide proper and fair representation of past and present African experiences. We need you – if you are passionate about the country you live in, country of origin, or a country that you are familiar with – to write a few pages about historical and contemporary African experiences in that country. Take a few minutes to visit: to see necessary information and writing guidelines. See samples of our country pages and writing guidelines. See what’s in it for you and how you can participate.

A beta version of the much awaited African Views framework was launched on June 15th, 2010. Please visit to assess the framework. You will gain instant access to over 100 indicators including the African Views indicator, which uses a factor of 100 current vital indicators to create a unique index. The AVI (African Views Index) ranks each country’s capacity to promote human development without prejudice based on race, creed, culture, religion or gender among its people. The index not only reflects Africans experiences in every country but also provides indicators that reflect the values of each country’s culture and society comparatively.

We generally believe that meaningful development can be achieved when detailed information needed for articulating and evaluating policy implementation originates from the source and properly documented. You may also notice that many of our country pages are incomplete and unassigned. This is why your input is needed right now. We call upon you to participate in the African Views framework development

Feel free to forward this email to any qualified scholar or colleagues you think may be interested in contributing.

Wale Idris
African Views Organization
Director of Research and Strategy
223 Park Avenue, Garden Floor
Hoboken, NJ 07030

Phone: 212-8745372
Cell: 646-226-0262

African Views Framework

African Views is an information, communication, and collaboration framework for African and diaspora issues and affairs in every country.


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