Africa has gone through a remarkable decade of economic transformation. Links with traditional partners face profound changes and relations continue to develop with emerging partners. The economic independence that African economies are gaining from globalisation can be sustained if countries draw up their own development policies and coordinate them at regional and continentals level to better negotiate with their traditional and emerging partners.
Organised by CTA, the ACP Secretariat, the European Commission, Concord, and in collaboration with the French agricultural research and international cooperation organisation (CIRAD), the Briefing will review successes and lessons learned from research and practice, promote the exchange of information on best practices and drivers of success, and feed into the debate various perspectives on policy options.
Date and time: 27 October 2015, 9:00-13:00.
Location: ACP Secretariat, 451 Avenue Georges Henri, 1200 Brussels, room C.
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