APPG Reports

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The Royal African Society with the APPG has published 11 full policy and research reports, the most recent of which is on Africa-UK Trade and Development Cooperation Relations in the Transitional and Post Brexit Period launched in February 2017.  The Government has responded to our reports in broadly the same way that Ministers respond to Select Committee reports, and some important changes in UK Government policy have followed our reccomendations.

The APPG additionally produces shorter reports based on APPG activities, for example the APPG’s submissions to Select Committee Inquiries, the most recent in February 2018 where the APPG & RAS submitted evidence to the International Trade Committee of the House of Commons and to the Trade Bill Committee based on the work on UK-Africa trade post-Brexit. Prior to that, in October 2015 the APPG submitted to the International Development Committee on the UK's response the the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and in March 2016 to their Nigeria inquiry following the report from APPG Chair, Chi Onwurah MP who had recently returned from a trade mission to Nigeria.

Links to past APPG policy reports can be found at the bottom of the page. 

 

Africa APPG Annual Reports (including AGM minutes and Income & Expenditure Statements):

2016-2017 Annual Report

2015-2016 Annual Report

2014-15 Annual Report

2013-14 Annual Report

2012-13 Annual Report 

2011-12 Annual Report

2010-11 Annual Report

2009-10 Annual Report

Submission to the IDC Inquiry on the ICAI report on DFID’s approach to anticorruption
November 2014

A submission by the Africa APPG to the International Development Select Committee's sub-committee on ICAI inquiry into ICAI’s report on DFID’s approach to anti-corruption and its impact on the poor. This report draws on Members' collective experiences and knowledge of the subject. For more information on the inquiry, please see here.

Democracy Soup - Letter from Lynne Featherstone
June 2014

DFID Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Lynne Featherstone, responds to the Africa APPG's report "Democracy Soup".

Democracy Soup: Democracy and Development in Africa
May 2014

A discussion paper by the Africa All Party Parliamentary Group focusing on the state of democracy in Africa, the influence of the international community and implications for policy.  

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