Chatham House

Research program
For research to examine the ways G8 countries currently formulate and implement policies towards Africa, as well as to identify concrete examples of how engagement with African states can lead to improved development outcomes. Published findings will propose improvements in such policies and highlight lessons learned from the engagement of emerging powers with African states.

Chatham House is one of the world’s leading organizations for analysis of international issues. A membership-based organization, Chatham House offers reliable and independent research to help individuals and organizations stay at the forefront of developments in an ever-changing and increasingly complex world. The Africa Programme develops independent policy-focused research on international relations and issues affecting individual states in Africa and the African continent as a whole.