African Development Forum (ADF)
1999, as an initiative led by United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in partnership with African Union (AU) and African Development Bank (ADB). No activies reported after 2015.
Serve as a multi-stakeholder platform for debating, discussing and initiating concrete strategies for Africa's development.Available with paid subscription only.
Serves as a platform for debating, discussing and initiating concrete strategies for Africa's development; connects African decision-makers with the best possible policy advice, informed by credible analytical work and the relevant experiences and views of 1,000 participants from Africa and the rest of the world; organizes African Development Forum (every 2 years), always in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). Issues covered in previous fora: The Challenge to Africa of Globalization and the Information Age, 1999; AIDS - The Greatest Leadership Challenge, 2000; Defining Priorities for Regional Integration, 2002; Governance for a Progressing Africa, 2004; Youth and Leadership in the 21st Century, 2006.
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