Rabat - The second edition of the International Conference on the Emergence of Africa (ICEA) kicked off Tuesday in Abidjan, with the participation of several countries including Morocco.
Rabat – The second edition of the International Conference on the Emergence of Africa (ICEA) kicked off Tuesday in Abidjan, with the participation of several countries including Morocco.
The Kingdom is represented in the three-day event by chairwoman of Moroccan employers’ association CGEM, Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun, Morocco’s ambassador to Côte d’Ivoire, Abdelmalek Kettani, and private operators.
Designed as a platform of exchange to stimulate debate on the conditions for the emergence of African countries in the light of the process of structural transformation in emerging countries, the ICEA brings together Heads of State and Government, Ministers, and personalities from leading national institutions, academic research centers, the private sector, civil society organizations, as well as regional and international development institutions.
Approximately 200 international experts from Africa, Asia, South America and Europe are expected.
The central theme of this second edition “The implementation of plans for emergence in Africa” and the two sub-themes “Governance of Public Institutions” and “Structural, inclusive and sustainable transformation” will be discussed during a high-level panel, in workshops and side-events in the presence of Heads of State and Government, civil society organizations, research institutions from African, Asian, European and American countries.