The Global Economic Governance (GEG) Africa programme is a policy research and stakeholder engagement programme to strengthen the influence of pro-poor African coalitions at global economic governance fora.

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The Global Economic Governance (GEG) Africa programme engages with key stakeholders, to ensure that African views are included in our research and that our findings are widely disseminated and discussed. Our events include scoping workshops with African policy makers, business representatives and multilateral institutions, study groups to consult on policy recommendations and positions and representation, and media activities around GEG fora such as BRICS and G20 summits.

Tackling inequality across BRICS, 14 March 2013

  • Location: Durban, South Africa

You are invited to join us in a BRICS public policy dialogue
“Tackling inequalities across BRICS: The Brazilian experience in addressing poverty, hunger and inequality”

Oxfam invites you to join us in a BRICS public policy dialogue: “Tackling inequalities across BRICS: The Brazilian experience in addressing poverty, hunger and inequality”
A finger lunch will be served after the dialogue.
To facilitate catering, please RSVP to Busi Nyume, bnyume@oxfam.org.uk by 12 March 2013
For media enquiries please contact Rulleska, rsingh@oxfam.org.uk
Please forward this invitation to others in your network

Date: Thursday, 14 March 2013 from 10:00am to 12:00 noon
Venue: Coastlands on the Ridge, Peter Mokaba Road, Durban
RSVP: Busi Nyume, bnyume@oxfam.org.uk by 12 March 2013
Moderator: Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Advisor, Oxfam Great Britain
Speakers: Simon Ticehurst, Country Director, Oxfam (Brazil), Adriana Abdenur, General Coordinator, BRICS Policy Center (Brazil), Isobel Frye, Director, Studies in Poverty and Inequalities Institute (South Africa), Other speakers from Russia, India, and/or China to be confirmed.

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