Reforming the AU requires stronger ties with civil society

This article argues that to ensure sustainability in peace and security measures, the AU must have a complete change in the manner in which civil society is engaged, involved and considered. It argues that current security threats - for example terrorism, violent extremism and conflict - cannot be effectively addressed in the absence of a climate of trust between citizens and state authorities, including security forces and law enforcement.

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