June 18, 3:00PM CEST
The Covid 19 pandemic is affecting the global economy and some predict it to be worse than the great depression. Is this crisis an opportunity to revisit the Trade & Development agenda? How will Africa and the Caribbean region adjust their trade strategy? What do they expect from their partners, particularly the EU? In this new context, should trade policy be used to achieve non-trade policy goals?
Stephen N. Karingi | Director, Regional Integration, Infrastructure and Trade, UN Economic Commission for Africa
Faizel Ismael | Director of the Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance, Chair of the International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) of South Africa
Jan Yves Remy | Deputy Director at Shridath Ramphal Centre for International Trade Law, Policy and Services (SRC), The University of the West Indies
Junior Lodge | International Trade Expert, Advisor to the Caribbean post-Cotonou negotiations with the EU
Kathleen Van Hove | Senior Policy Officer, European Centre for Development Policy Management