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“More work lies ahead to make Africa’s new free trade area succeed” by Dr Frank Mattheis in The Conversation

In their article for The Conversation, GovInn researcher Frank Mattheis and Ueli Staeger from the Graduate Institute argue that more work lies ahead to make Africa’s new free trade area work. Although the AfCFTA has gained more momentum than previous initiatives to liberalise trade in Africa, there is a rocky road ahead: the remaining diplomatic, technical and […]

CE + EE 2019 Training, 20-24 May 2019

From 20 to 24 May 2019, the Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA) hosted a five day workshop on “Theory and econometrics of individual and collective choice analysis: choice and controlled experiments”. The course was designed and presented by CEEPA staff, including GovInn Research Fellow, Dr Damien Jourdain. 

Event Report: ‘Broadening the debate on EU-Africa relations: Towards reciprocal approaches’- Launch of the South African Journal of International Affairs Special Issue

On 26 February, researchers and practitioners convened at the University of Pretoria to celebrate the launch of the South African Journal of International Affairs (SAJIA) Special Issue on “Broadening the debate on EU-Africa relations: Towards reciprocal approaches”, guest edited by GovInn research fellows Dr John Kotsopoulos and Dr Frank Mattheis.

GovInn Research Fellow, Dickson Ajisafe, speaking at 2019 UKZN International Relations Postgraduate Conference

Mr Dickson Ajisafe participated in a 2-day International Relations Postgraduate Conference that was held on the 19th and 20th of March 2019 at Garden Court Marine Parade Hotel in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. He shared a panel with other speakers, and addressed the audience on “Africa-EU relations: Current development and what Africa should do towards achieving SDGs and 2030 agenda”.