Events

CSEA hosts policy dialogue on Nigeria’s Tobacco Market and Policy Space

CSEA organized a policy dialogue on “A Scoping Study of Nigeria’s Tobacco Market and Policy Space” to share findings of the study to policymakers and the public, and also receive feedback to enrich the study. The study was commissioned by Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids (CTFK) and examined four dimensions of the tobacco market and […]

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Migration and Demography: Shaping Migration Policies for Demographic Dividend in Africa 

The 9th APC meeting was co-hosted by the Centre for the Study of the Economies of Africa (CSEA) and the Institute Prospective Agricole et Rurale (IPAR). The meeting provided a platform for African CSOs and think tanks to share knowledge and discuss strategies for policymakers to meaningfully harness the benefits and counter the challenges of […]

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African Economic Conference 2018

On the occasion of the 13th African Economic Conference (AEC), African think-tanks, researchers, policy makers, public and private sector leaders as well as representatives of Regional Economic Organizations, convened to discuss “Regional and Continental Integration for Africa’s Development”. The gathering comes just nine months after African leaders signed an agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade […]

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At the Table or on the Menu?Africa’s role in the changing Global Order

CSEA senior research fellow, Dr. Grace Onubedo participated at the “At the Table or on the Menu?Africa’s role in the changing Global Order”, a 2-day workshop organized by South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) on November 29&30,2018 in Johannesburg South africa.

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CSEA Announces New Website and Logo

Dear Partners, We are pleased to announce the launch of our website and company logo as part of our efforts to adapt to the changing research communications landscape. In 2017, we started considering new ways to use web technologies to increase our visibility, as well as enhance our ability to influence developmental outcomes in Nigeria […]

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