December 11, 2014

CSEA Collaborates With SAIIA, ODI For Policy Dialogue On Global Economic Governance In Africa

CSEA in collaboration with the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) organised a policy dialogue on December 8-9,2014 in London, to discuss Africa’s involvement in global economic governance.

The event tagged “Africa in Global Economic Governance: Nigeria and South African Perspectives” focused on Nigeria and South Africa’s engagement with global economic governance institutions, such as the G20, World Trade Organisation and BRICS as well as Nigeria-South Africa relations in these contexts.

The meeting provided a platform for discussions on the importance of Africa’s economic growth and development and also highlighted how Nigeria and South Africa can enhance bi-lateral relationship to boost regional interest and growth.




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