Sun, 2015-03-15 15:29

Crans Montana Forum on Africa & South-South Cooperation

From 12th to 14th March 2015 Crans Montana Forum took place in Dakhla, Marocco. The aim of the Forum was to create an opportunity for top-level Representatives of Africa and the rest of the World, and the local populations to interact and share projects and visions for the future.

The event gathered top level decision makers from governments, NGOs and the private sector from around the world, aiming to address the challenges of African integration, Africa’s role on the international stage, the new South-South synergies of common development, the issues of natural resources and growth.

Dr. Corina Hebestreit represented Euromines at this high-level event.

Since 2004, the Crans Montana Forum has been organising a yearly and very successful political and economic forum devoted to Africa and the Arab World in the framework of the new international economic relations based on the South-South Cooperation (South America, Africa, Arab States and Far East).

This year the forum was hosted by the Kingdom of Morocco under the Patronage of His Majesty Mohammed VI, King of Morocco. The institutional partner for the event is ISESCO, the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.

The Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla brought together Governement officials, international and Regional Organisations, Members of National and International Parliaments, Banking and Financial Institutions, Employers and Professional Organisations as well as Business decision-makers in order to address the major challanges and opportunities for Africa, not only at the continental level but also in the context of the South-South Cooperation, that brings together most of today's Africa's Partners.

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