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Africa’s Renaissance: A Critical Discussion

October 22, 2012

When: Wednesday October 31, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Where: Arts Lounge (2017 Dunton Tower), Carleton University

ACF, with the Halifax Initiative & the Institute of African Studies presents a panel discussion with Tetteh Hormeku-Ajei (Head of Programmes, Third World Network-Africa), James Henry (former chief economist of McKinsey and Co.), and Vitalice Meja (co-ordinator, Reality of Aid Africa)

Several African countries have experienced rapid economic growth over the past decade. But will growth lead to sustainable development? Can growth be tempered with equity? Is the private sector the key to growth and development? What is the role of aid and foreign investment? How can African countries mobilize their own resources to promote their own development?

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