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Friday, October 23, 2020 - 07:30

Third Conference on Africa Development and Asian-African Cooperation

Webinar (2.30pm Beijing time (UTC+8) / 7.30am Morocco Time (UTC+1))

El Mostafa Rezrazi (Senior Fellow, Policy Center for the New South) and Ihssane Guennoun (International Relations Specialist, Policy Center for the New South) will be speaking at the Third Conference on Africa Development and Asian African Cooperation, organized by the Institute of African Studies of Nanjing University (China) and IEAS of Hanyang University (Korea), with the partnership of Peking University and African Center for Asian Studies. This webinar will take place on Wednesday, October 23rd 2020 starting 2.30pm Beijing time (UTC+8)/ 7.30am Morocco Time (UTC+1).

The previous conferences held in Morocco (2016) and South Korea (2018) focused on Africa’s development and Asian-African cooperation. In 2019, Nanjing University launched the international cooperation exchange programs, leading to the establishment of a platform for Africa development studies: Partnership of African Development Studies (PADS) in the framework of Asian-African cooperation and multilateral cooperation with the support from all the members.

This webinar will address the following theme:

  1. 1 - The pandemic of Covid-19 and impact on Africa development
  2. 2 - The economic growth and development in African countries
  3. 3 - Multilateral cooperation in Africa after the pandemic
  4. 4 - Challenges to African development in the future
  5. 5 - Humanity exchanges for Africa development
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About the Speakers :
  • Ihssane Guennoun, International Relations Specialist, Policy Center for the New South

  • El Mostafa Rezrazi, Senior Fellow, Policy Center for the New South