More Focus, Please

A Canadian response to the challenges of African Development

Peter Schneider
Published: Wednesday, 06/15/2005 12:00 am EDT

The President of the Canadian Council on Africa, Lucien Bradet, met with Prime Minister Paul Martin June 14th in order to drop off a copy of his new report, and to ask for more focus on the part of government agencies on finding a way for Canadian society to get involved with Africa. The report, made public while the meeting was taking place, is a detailed response to the issues put forward in two earlier high-profile documents: the report of the Blair Commission for Africa, and the UN report co-authored by Paul Martin and former Mexican president Ernesto Zedillo.

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