Margot Bokanga

Drawing a broad contrast with South Africa’s anti-apartheid movement, Margot Bokanga argues that the crisis in the DR Congo will only be overcome through effective engagement between regional stakeholders, governmental authorities, international organisations, and national civil society groups. Harnessing the momentum behind campaigns such as the recent , the author hopes the current struggles may one day prove a mere story of the triumph of civil activism for future Congolese generations.