Roundtable on the G8-Africa Partnership

Staff: Princeton N. Lyman
July 1, 2003 - Complete

Work in the G8-Africa project continues as the project looks ahead to the 2005 G8 Summit at Gleneagles, chaired by the United Kingdom. In February 2005, the project published an Appendix to the Council Special Report issued last year, “Freedom, Prosperity and Security: The G8 Partnership with Africa: Sea Island 2004 and Beyond.” The Appendix included the analytic papers from the earlier project and a summary of achievements at Sea Island.

In June 2005, the Director will participate in pre-G8 Summit conference in Glasgow, sponsored by the University of Toronto (a major participant in our project last year) and the University of Glasgow. At the conference, he will discuss the progress under the G8-Africa Action Plan since last year.

This project was made possible through grants from CitiGroup and the UK Department for International Development (DfID).

Meetings

Meeting

Assessing the G8-Africa Partnership

Speakers Robert S. BrowneUniversity of Minnesota, Robert S. BrowneUniversity of Minnesota
Presiders J. Brian AtwoodHubert Humphrey Institute, J. Brian AtwoodHubert Humphrey Institute
March 25, 2004

This meeting is not for attribution.

Meeting

Assessing the G8-Africa Partnership

Speakers John KirtonUniversity of Toronto, John KirtonUniversity of Toronto
Panelists Robert S. BrowneTwenty-first Century Foundation, Robert S. BrowneTwenty-first Century Foundation
February 4, 2004

This meeting is not for attribution.