African extractives governance: a dialogue between Europe and Africa

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The South African Institute of International Affairs invites you to a research colloquium and policy dialogue on the sidelines of the Investing in Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town.

The European Union’s Normative Role in African Extractives Governance (ENRAG) project seeks to promote collaboration in the research and policy communities of the EU and Africa on the theme of extractive industry governance.

The objective of this workshop is to explore the impact of the EU on extractive industry governance in Africa and strengthen EU-African academic and policy cooperation in this area.

Structure

9am – 9.30am Arrival and Registration
9.30am – 12.45pm Policy Dialogue
12.45pm – 1.45pm Lunch
1.45pm – 4pm Research Colloquium

Enquiries

Pippa Segall cpt.admin@saiia.org.za

Related material

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