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Harvard African Development Conference 2015

March 27, 2015 at 01:02 pm | News

Meghan Reid

Meghan Reid

March 27, 2015 at 01:02 pm | News

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The African Development Conference is taking place on Friday April 3rd and Saturday April 4th at Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Law School. The ADC is an annual conference bringing together policy makers, academics, students, business leaders and government officials to offer a platform for the advancement of intellectual and practical debate on development in Africa. Specifically, the theme this year is “Looking South – Moving Forward: Fostering development collaboration within the global South”.

The conference will seek to discuss the continent’s emergence at a time when African countries increasingly look beyond their traditional partners in the West, engaging within the continent as well as with countries such as China, India and Brazil. The 2-day conference will consist of keynote addresses, plenary speeches, networking receptions and panel discussions around the major pillars of growth including law, governance, logistics technology, consumer, health, education, and design. Our keynote speaker for the conference is the President of Niger. Further information and registration is available on our website (www.harvardadc.com)

Confirmed speakers include:

  • CEO of OCP
  • CEO of Ethiopian Airlines
  • VP IBM Research Kenya
  • Partner Dalberg
  • Partner BCG
  • Principal McKinsey
  • Global MD Schlumberger Business Consulting
  • President of the East African Court of Justice
  • CEO DP World
  • CEO of ICT Authority of Kenya
  • Professors from HKS, MIT, HLS
  • Former South African Parliamentary Leader for the Opposition
  • Former Egyptian Minister of Water and Irrigation
  • Head of Nile Basin Initiative Secretariat
  • Senior International Advisor, Covington & Burling
  • Investment Officer, USAID
  • VP Exploration and Production, ENI

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