The Global Economic Governance (GEG) Africa programme engages with key stakeholders, to ensure that African views are included in our research and that our findings are widely disseminated and discussed. Our events include scoping workshops with African policy makers, business representatives and multilateral institutions, study groups to consult on policy recommendations and positions and representation, and media activities around GEG fora such as BRICS and G20 summits.
• Financing Climate Futures: Rethinking Infrastructure, 28 November 2018, Paris, France
• Perspectives on Global Development, 29 November 2018, Paris, France
• Global Forum on Competition, 29-30 November 2018, Paris, France
African Economic Conference
An “integrated continent” is a key pillar of Africa’s Agenda 2063 and the theme of the 2018 African Economic Conference, which focuses on regional and continental integration for Africa’s development. The discussion will build on the outcome of the 2013 conference on Regional Integration in Africa and examine practical solutions to make the recently adopted Continental Free Trade Area a reality. The conference takes place on 3-5 December 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda. Read more
Leaders’ Summit, 30 November-1 December 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, hosted by Kenya and partnered with the World Bank, will identify the economic benefits of healthy waters and capture donors’ commitment to help the world transition to a blue economy. It will be held on 26-28 November 2018, in Nairobi, Kenya. Read more
Women, young people, NGOs, entrepreneurs, trade unions, scientists and the academic community have made a positive contribution to the G20 Argentina 2018.
Eleventh Meeting of the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes, 20-22 November 2018, Punta del Este, Uruguay
IORA Workshop on Financial Inclusion for Women Entrepreneurs, 10-11 December 2018, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
The GEGAfrica project has been funded by UK aid from the UK government; however the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the UK government’s official policies.