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2014 - FINANCING MARITIME INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

2014 - FINANCING MARITIME INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Club of Ports' Special Program

March 22, 2014. Brussels (Belgium)
Maritime Industry development is key to the African Continent’s growth and global development. On the occasion of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa and South-South cooperation, which took place in Brussels, March 19 to 22, 2014, the Crans Montana Forum Club of Ports organized a Special Session dedicated to :
 
Financing Maritime Industry Development in Africa
Saturday, March 22nd
 
With a focus on the following key issues :
 
-Financing Ports and Hinterland Infrastructure
-Welcoming new Partners from South-South Cooperation
-PPPs and the role of International funding
2014 – NEW LEADERS FOR TOMORROW

2014 – NEW LEADERS FOR TOMORROW
Special Program

March 21-22, 2014. Brussels (Belgium)
A Special Program for the Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders for Tomorrow took place in the framework of the 8th Annual Session of the South-South Cooperation’s Crans Montana Forum, which was held in Brussels, March 19 to 22, 2014.
 
The New Leaders have addressed crucial issues related to Entrepreneurship, innovation, CRS, social media & political upheavals, gender equality & corporate affairs etc.
 
This exceptional Program has also been the occasion to welcome and get acquainted with the new Class of New Leaders for Tomorrow and has represented for them a great opportunity to strengthen their professional networks & develop their relations with the decision-makers coming from around the World.
2014 - CRANS MONTANA AFRICAN WOMEN'S FORUM FOUNDING MEETING

2014 - CRANS MONTANA AFRICAN WOMEN'S FORUM FOUNDING MEETING
Towards the first Session in Africa

March 21-22, 2014. Brussels (Belgium)
The Crans Montana African Women’s Forum took place in Brussels, March 21-22, 2014, in the framework of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa and South-South Cooperation.
It was dedicated to :
 
Crans Montana African Women's Forum :
the time of Women has come
March 21-22, 2014
 
This new Forum is the result of a necessary strategy for Africa’s World integration.
 
The Crans Montana African Women’s Forum will open new opportunities for debates, discussions and experience-sharing to women and men from all over the world, regardless of their level of responsibilities, public or private. This Forum also aims to be a laboratory whereby means of action will be discussed, assessed and defined.
 
The Crans Montana African Women’s Forum objectives are multiple and will be refined over time. However, the core aims can be summed up as follows:
 
-Offer the African Woman a tribune to express themselves and reach the visibility that has been lacking to this date
-Open opportunities for debates, discussions, experience-sharing to women and men from all over the world
-Create national and regional activities
2014 - TOWARDS AN EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENTAL COMMUNICATION

2014 - TOWARDS AN EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENTAL COMMUNICATION
High-level Panel - Crans Montana Forum

March 20, 2014. Brussels (Belgium)
After 30 years of experience with governments, the Crans Montana Forum has decided to propose dynamic and credible solutions for Governmental Communication.
 
During the Crans Montana Forum on Africa & South-South Cooperation which took place in Brussels from March 19 to 22, 2014, a High-Level Panel was dedicated to :
 
Positioning Africa in Europe and beyond
Foreign Investment, Development & Integration
require a Real and Professional Communication Strategy
March 20, 2014
 
This Program lasted a whole day and was organized as a round table, free from any protocol in order to allow all Participants to join our Experts to discuss, share their experience and bring their own added value.
2014 - THE SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION FORUM

2014 - THE SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION FORUM
8th Annual Session

March 19-22, 2014. Brussels (Belgium)
CRANS MONTANA FORUM ON AFRICA & SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION
 
Since 2004, the Crans Montana Forum has been organizing a very successful Political and Economic Forum devoted to Africa and South-South Cooperation.
 
This event brings together Heads of State and Government, Ministers, International Organisations, MPs and Businesses from Europe and all over the world, but more particularly from Africa, the Arab world, Central Asia, South America and the Far East.
2014 - DIASPORA & DEVELOPMENT

2014 - DIASPORA & DEVELOPMENT
High-level Conference

February 20, 2014. Brussels (Belgium)
Whereas migration inside EU has been amplified by the increased mobility of workforce generating multidimensional implications and new responsibilities for receiving Societies, the Crans Montana Forum brings its support to the organization of high-level Conference in Brussels dedicated to :
 
Diaspora & Development
Thursday, February 20th, 2014
 

Placed under the patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and for Romanians abroad, this event will bring together Government Officials, High level Representatives of International & Regional Organizations, Professors of Universities and Businesses to analyse the migration phenomenon from various perspectives and explore the ways of seizing the new opportunities arising from these challenges.

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