26 - 27 November, 2018
Haus der EU, Wipplingerstraße 35, 1010 Vienna
Léo Czajka, Paris School of Economics, World Inequality Lab
Adot Killmeyer-Oleche | UNIDO | Development Results Management Expert
Pravin Gordhan (skype interview), Minister of Public Enterprises, South Africa
António Carlos Fernandes Teixeira, Senior Economist, European Commission, DG DevCo
Marie Roger Biloa, Journalist, CEO Africa International Media Group, Paris
Angela Dziedzom Akorsu, University Cape Coast, Ghana
Eyachew Tefera, Africa-Europe Diaspora Development Platform, Ljubljana
Geert Laporte, Deputy Director of The European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), Maastricht
Nonhle Mbuthuma, Humand Rights Defender, Amadiba Crisis Committee, South Africa
Akhator Joel Odigie, International Trade Union Confederation, ITUC-Africa, Lomé
Neeshan Bolton, Executive Director Ahmed of Kathrada Foundation, South Africa
for further details see the conference program
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A dialogue conference within the framework of the Austrian Presidency of the European Union.
The conference aims to look at relations between the European Union and Africa under the perspective of inequalities both between and within these two regions and to explore answers to questions: What are the current trends in and drivers for income and wealth inequalities within the African-European context? Is transnational solidarity an effective mean to reduce inequalities and promote social justice? With regards to the ongoing negotiations about the Post-Cotonou Agreement, what could be an adequate institutional response to tackle existing and growing inequalities?
„Inequality – A Challenge for African-European Cooperation“ continues the longstanding Austrian tradition of North-South dialogue and builds on the Europe-Southern Africa Conference convened by the same organisers under the first Austrian EU Presidency in 1998. The main objective of the conference is to highlight the issue of inequality within the African-European relations.
The conference follows another event dealing with the African European relationship during the Austrian Presidency in Vienna. The Austrian Foundation for Development Research (ÖFSE) and the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) will organise the conference "Building a New Partnership between Africa and the EU.Business as usual or a transforming agenda?" on October 11, 2018.