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Monday, 07 December 2015

WEBCAST: China-Africa: a maturing relationship? Growth, change and resilience Featured

 

A webcast is available of the special workshop on 'China-Africa: a maturing relationship? Growth, change and resilience,' held on 3 December 2015 by SAIIA and the DFID-ESRC Growth Research Programme (DEGRP).


This one-day workshop brought together researchers from DEGRP's China-Africa research stream and SAIIA, as well as other participants from academia and the private sector, to discuss key issues influencing Sino-African relations.

A full live stream of the event is available above, or click here to watch it on YouTube. Alternatively, watch sections of the day's proceedings:

WEBCAST: Opening remarks

WEBCAST: Justin Lin, 'How to Jumpstart Industrialization and Structural Transformation in Africa'

WEBCAST: Helen Hai, 'How to Jumpstart Industrialization and Structural Transformation in Africa'

WEBCAST: Deborah Brautigam, 'Africa in the context of China’s changing role in the global economy'

WEBCAST: Peter Draper, 'Africa in the context of China’s changing role in the global economy'

WEBCAST Session: 'Natural resources and biodiversity in China and Africa in the new global context'

WEBCAST: Closing remarks

Held in parallel with the second summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), the workshop focused on three priority areas, designed to raise key issues for consideration at the summit:

  • China’s changing role in the global economy and the impact of this on the African economic environment, as well as on development in Africa generally;
  • the role of natural resources and wildlife in China-Africa trade, including opportunities for diversification away from a natural resources-based economic model;
  • issues of governance, peace, and security.