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Mr. Jalal Abdellatif, Senior Fellow at the Policy Center for the New South and Head of Governance and Human Security Cluster at the UNECA, will be speaking at the 2019 Africa Think Tank Summit taking place on April 24-26, 2019. Mr. Abdellatif will speak in the Working Session entitled “Sharing experiences on how to tackle implementation challenges at the regional level”.Keep me informed
The third edition of the Addressing the New Landscape of Terrorism international conference series will situate the northern African perspective within the overall context of what we know about ISIS extremism and practical approaches in Australia, Europe and Southeast Asia to diminishing its impact globally. The perspectives of 40 practitioners, policy-makers, academics and civil society actors will be brought together on international approaches to preventing and minimising the risk of radicalisation and countering violent extremism, particularly amongst young people.Keep me informed
2019 Europe Think Tank Summit
Our Lead international Relations Specialist, Mehdi Benomar, will take part in the panel on Migration and the Global Refugee Crisis at the 2019 Europe Think Tank Summit in Madrid on April 10-12, 2019. The regional crisis has now taken on global dimensions and is likely to intensify if the predicted global economic slowdown materializes in 2019. Discussions at the panel will revolve around this latter thematic.Keep me informed
Workshop by invitation, Paris
Africa is endowed with incredible natural and human resources, as well as great cultural, ecological, and economic diversity. Although the continent has enjoyed numerous economic advances in recent years, many Africans still expect greater economic opportunities than they are currently obtaining. Despite a rapidly rising population - which will represent a quarter of the global population by 2050 - the African continent grew at an average annual rate of 4.7% between 2000 and 2017. This level of growth has so far been insufficient to trigger fundamental structural changes, while failing to create enough decent jobs, with 282 million people currently working in unstable employment.Keep me informed