African Journal of Democracy and Governance - Volume 2
- Journal Cover Vol 2, Nos 1 & 2, 2015
- Table of Contents
- Editorial Committee / Payment & Subscription
Prof. André Mbata B. Mangu, Université de Kinshasa, RDC & University of South Africa, RSA
Editor Review of Books / Book Editor
Prof. Adar Korwa, United States International University, Nairobi, Kenya
Editorial Assistant :
Joseph Cihunda Hengelela, Coordonnateur IDGPA, RDC
- Dr. Junior Kabange Nkongolo, RDC & USA
- Emile Mwadimanga Ilunga, RDC
Mado Sakaji Nikomba, RDC
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE (AJDG)
Vol. I, No.1, 2014
A Quarterly Journal of the Institute for Democracy, Governance, Peace and Development en Africa
The African Journal of Democracy and Governance (AJDG) is a fully peer-reviewed quarterly, multi-, inter-, and transdisciplinary journal that publishes editorials, articles, essays, book reviews, and notes on issues related to democracy, good governance, development and peace in Africa.
Its main objective is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and constitute a repository of scholarly work of high academic standards which impacts on policies and contribute to the establishment and/or consolidation of democracy, good governance, development and peace that are critical for an African renaissance.
The JADG is a bilingual journal that publishes articles in French and/or English.
About the Institute for Democracy, Governance, Peace and Development en Africa (IDGPA)
The African Journal of Democracy and Governance (AJDG) is a journal of IDGPA. IDGPA is a non-profit and independent organisation legally recognised in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in South Africa. It aims to encourage research, lobby and contribute to the training with a view to promoting democracy, good governance, development and peace in Africa. The Gender programme which focuses on the promotion of women in the public sphere is one of the major IDGPA programmes.
Annual Subscription (3 issues per year):
Honorary Subscription : Minimum 500$ US/ 200 Euros
Honorary Subscription :
- African Institutes : 150 $ US/ 100 Euros
- Non African Institutes : 300 $US/250 Euros
- Individuals : 60 $US/45 Euros
- Public institutions, commercial compagnies : 150 $US/100 Euros
- Academics, Researchers, Students : 50 $US/40 Euros
Price per issue: 20$US/15 Euros
Notes for Contributors
Manuscripts (between 4000 and 8000 words including references) submitted to AJDG should be typed double-spaced (font Times New Roman, 12). Electronic versions should be submitted as MS Word attachments. Please use the Harvard Reference System (Author-year: page) for bibliographic referencing in the text, e.g.:
As for democracy, the question being discussed in some Afro pessimistic hard-line circles is whether elections still matter in Africa (Mangu Mbata 2012: 24).
Bibliographical references at the end of the article should list every work cited in the text following an alphabetical order, e.g.:
Ake, Cl. 1991. « L’Afrique vers la démocratie », Africa Forum, Vol.1, No.2.
Bongeli, Y. et L. Ntumba. 1992. « Université, recherche et sous-développement
au Zaïre ». In Kankwenda, Mbaya (ed). Le Zaïre vers quelles destinées ?
Dakar : CODESRIA, 169-206.
Constitution du Botswana, http://www.eisa.org (consulté le 30 décembre 2013).
Mbata, Mangu et al. 2005. Universités et libertés académiques en République
Démocratique du Congo. Dakar : CODESRIA.
Mbata, Mangu, A.. 2011. Barack Obama et les défis du changement global . Paris : l’Harmattan.
All notes must be kept to a minimum and appear at the end of the article before the list of references.
Authors should indicate their full name, address, academic status and current institutional affiliation. This should appear on a separate covering page since manuscripts will be sent out anonymously to independent reviewers.
An abstract of 150 to 200 words stating the main research problem, major findings and conclusions should be sent with the manuscript for translation into French or English with a list of at least six kewords. An article published in one language will be summarised in the other language.
Articles submitted to AJDG should be original contributions. They should not be under consideration by another publication at the same time and will be critically and anonymously reviewed by at least two independent outside reviewers.
Selected papers will be published in a printed format and later in the electronic format on IDGPA website (http://www.idgpa.org).
For further information:
All manuscripts and other editorial correspondence should be emailed to:
Prof André Mbata Mangu, Rédacteur en chef /Editor-in-Chief, email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com et firstname.lastname@example.org.
Site internet/Web Site : http://www.idgpa.org