Virtual Pre-Tana Regional Multi-Stakeholders’ Dialogue: The AfCFTA and Private Sector: Unlocking Potentials beyond the Pandemic
Venue: Online via KUDO, Register here
The Institute for Peace and Security Studies/IPSS/ with the Mission of Japan to the African Union are jointly organizing a Joint Virtual Multi stakeholders Tana pre-forum on the topic: The AfCFTA and Private Sector: Unlocking potentials beyond the Pandemic. The virtual session will be held on 22 September 2020.
The Tana High-Level Forum on Security in Africa (Tana Forum) aims at bridging the gap between policy making and policy implementation by bringing together Heads of State and Government, experts, prominent personalities, leaders of international and regional institutions, civil society organizations, the private sector, eminent scholars, academics and socially engaged youth to discuss timely issues in a spirit of commonality and moral duty towards finding sustainable African-centered solutions to peace and security challenges facing the continent. The informal nature of the Forum lends a different approach to discussing security issues on the continent. The Forum is not intended to deliver official declarations; instead, it is stimulated by the desire to engage in fresh, candid, and in-depth discussions and debates on pressing peace and security issues to produce innovative solutions. The 9th Tana Forum will be held virtually for the first time on the theme ‘The AfCFTA: Revitalizing Pan Africanism for Sustainable Peace and Development in Africa’ in October 2020.