First Annual CAF-LSE Global South Conference
The Rise of the Global South: Towards an Agenda for a New Century
Date: Friday 17 January 2014 9AM to 5.30PM
Location: Shaw Library, 6th floor Old Building
Travelling to and around LSE
First Annual CAF-LSE Conference. The Rise of the Global South: Towards an Agenda for a New Century Perhaps the most important development of the contemporary century is the emergence of the global South onto the stage of world politics. The first annual CAF-LSE conference will be held on Friday 17th January 2014 at the London School of Economics. This conference will contribute to understanding the rise of the global South by focusing on key international actors from the regions, their perspective on global issues, the role of South-South cooperation as a development paradigm, and their current impact on a changing global environment.
Thank you to all the participants of the Global South Conference. A video stream of the conference can be found here.
The official report on the conference is available to download from this link.
Please click here to see the full programme.
Enrique García, President of CAF Development Bank of Latin America
Enrique Iglesias, Ibero-American Secretary General
Harinder Kohli, President, Emerging Markets Forum
Hiroshi Watanabe, Governor, CEO of Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)
Carlos Ominami, Former Minister of Economy and President Fundación Chile21
Osvaldo Rosales, Director of the International Trade and Integration Division, ECLAC
Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times
Moisés Naím, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Chris Alden, Director of Global South Unit, LSE
Erica Downs, Fellow, Brookings Institution
Jean-Louis Ekra, Chairman and President of the African Export-Import Bank
Rhys Jenkins, University of East Anglia
Paulo Esteves, BRICS Policy Centre, PUC-Rio
Abdoulie Janneh, Former Executive Secretary, ECA
Sergio Chichava, IESE, Mozambique
Taotao Chen, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University
Bindu N. Lohani, Vice-President, Asian Development Bank
For further questions and information, please contact Caroline Varin, conference organiser.