GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, July 2017
GEG Africa organised a multi-stakeholder study group meeting on “GVCS, SMES and Sustainability Standards”.
The purpose of the conference was to share experiences and latest research on the contribution that financial, monetary and macroeconomic policy could make towards regional integration, resilience and development, in today’s challenging global context. The focus is particularly on the use of innovative new institutions and mechanisms emerging in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, May 2017
On Sunday, 28 May international think tanks in the Think 20 Group (T20) presented twenty policy proposals for the twenty largest industrialised and emerging countries (G20) to the German Chancellery to take forward to G20 decision-makers.
Workshop: Making SACU Trade Better - The Role of a Regional Development Fund brought together various stakeholders from international and local spheres to discuss SACU trade.
The workshop brought together various international and domestic stakeholders to discuss the issues surrounding e-commerce in Africa.
GEGAfrica Discussion Paper, March 2017
On 1 February 2017, a high-level conference on Africa’s relationship with the Group of 20 (G20) was opened by the German Parliamentary State Secretary Thomas Silberhorn, who spoke on the key priorities of the German G20 Presidency. A dinner keynote that evening will be delivered by Deputy Governor Daniel Mminele of the South African Reserve Bank.
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.