Multistakeholder dialogue on the implications of EU-Africa trade and investment policies on Agricultural trade
Our partner, SEATINI-Uganda is convening a multi-stakeholder dialogue on the implications of EU-Africa trade relations on agricultural trade. The overall aim of the meeting is to enhance the capacity of value chain actors and relevant stakeholders on the implications of the EU-Africa trade and investment policies on agricultural trade.
Specifically, the meeting aims to;
- Enhance the capacity of policymakers, civil society organizations, and the value chain actors on the implications of EU-Africa trade and investment policies on agricultural trade.
- Create a platform for engagement among value chain actors and policy-makers towards improving agricultural trade.
- Advance Afro-centric pathways for inclusive, transformative, mutually beneficial and sustainable EU-Africa agricultural trade relations.
The dialogue will bring together agri-business value chain actors and representatives from relevant African institutions, CSOs working on the right to food, trade, investment and development-related issues, policy-makers at national, regional, and continental levels, private sector actors, academics, and media practitioners from EU and African countries, respectively.
The meeting is scheduled for Thursday 16th November 2023 starting at 8:00am-1:00pm East Africa Time (EAT).
Please click on this link to register for the meeting.