September 19, 2021

Starting Monday! Afronomics Symposium on Africa-Caribbean Economic Relations

I am pleased to share that the Afronomics Law Blog Symposium entitled “Prospects for Deepening Africa-Caribbean Economic Relations”, which I am co-convening with the brilliant Dr. Ohio Omiunu, will commence on Monday, September 6.

The insightful essays in the Symposium authored by academics and practitioners focus on various aspects of the Africa-Caribbean economic relationship, including relations within the OACPS and WTO, prospects for deepening Africa-Caribbean trade, inter alia. The Symposium’s launch coincides with the historic first CARICOM-Africa Summit which will be held virtually on Tuesday, September 7.

I wish to thank the Afronomics Law Blog for the opportunity to co-convene this Symposium. I also express deep gratitude to my excellent co-convenor Dr. Omiunu and our expert contributors for taking the time to share their insightful contributions and making what we hope you will also find to be an insightful Symposium!

The essays will be available from Monday and will be added daily. They can be accessed from Monday here.

Best,

Alicia

caribbeantradelaw

The Caribbean Trade Law and Development Blog is owned and was founded by Alicia Nicholls, B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc. (Dist.), LL.B. (Hons), a Caribbean-based trade and development consultant. She writes and presents regularly on trade and development matters affecting the Caribbean and other small states. You can follow her on Twitter @LicyLaw. All views expressed on this Blog are Alicia's personal views and do NOT necessarily reflect the views of any institution or entity with which she may from time to time be affiliated.

View all posts by caribbeantradelaw →
%d bloggers like this: