By Alexandra Gritta
Rabat – The Global Governance & Sovereignty Foundation (GGSF) hosted a launching conference on Monday in Rabat. The brand new think tank hosted under the theme, “Sovereignty and Globalization: Which Model of Development for the African Continent?”
According to a press release provided to Morocco World News, the event was designed to explore “the best strategy for achieving a structural transformation essential to consolidate the growth of African countries” through constructive debate.
The event also sought to bring together “stakeholders to discuss issues of interest and strengthens a network of researchers, experts, and representatives of public and private sectors to provide innovative solutions and strategic foresight.”
African ambassadors to Morocco, experts, researchers, representatives of public and private institutions, representatives of international and regional organizations, and representatives of international development agencies were in attendance.
Participants discussed four major topics: regional economic communities and ECOWAS, regional integration organizations and CEMAC, issues surrounding ZLEC (Continental Free Trade Area), and the role of African media in regional integration.
Global Governance & Sovereignty Foundation is a “non-profit operating think tank that promotes comprehensive research and accurate practices through a global perspective.”