We have mapped the relevant regional and global Forums where our members have engaged into a recurring dialogue. Building on the clusters of ideas we developed, we take our “pilgrim’s stick” to identify the potentialities for future game-changing platforms.
Joel Ruet mentioned Morocco’s role of model for the South as The Bridge Tank had the opportunity to take part in the France-Morocco Meeting on July 5, collectively organized by the France-Morocco group of the French National Assembly and the Morocco-France group from the Moroccan House of Representatives. The event was focused on the theme “Morocco’s Reform Agenda: A Bulwark Against Instability”.
On the 1st and 2nd of June, the International Development Law Organisation (IDLO), an agency of the United Nations, will organise the first conference of its’ programme “Achieving the Agenda 2063 and Agenda 2063: The Rule of Law as a Driver for Africa’s Sustainable Development”. The Bridge Tank, whose president will speak at the conference, will also contribute to this debate on access to justice and the implementation of
On the 27th of May, The Bridge Tank will be in Casablanca, Morocco to participate at the conference “Country Marketing: Modelling the Morocco Brand” organised by the Amadeus Institute. The conference will discuss the Moroccan development model, its’ intangible capital, and its’ potential for international influence.
The second edition of the Smart Cities India Expo was held in New Dehli, India from the 11th to the 13th of May. This event brought together 325 businesses from 40 countries to debate intelligent solutions to be into to develop sustainable cities in India. Haruki Sawaruma, analyst and researcher for the Observatory of Emerging Economies of The Bridge Tank, was present at the conference and noticed the maturity of the exchanges and innovation on
The Bridge Tank, which pays particular attention to the development of inclusive growth models in Africa, will participate on the 24th of May at the conference “Economic Cooperation Morocco France: New Partnerships for New Horizons”, organised at the headquarters of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Regional Council.
For it’s third workshop on the 9th and 10th of Mai, the Observatory of Emerging Economies of Turin is inviting participants to debate the new tools China has chosen to boost its’ economic growth. A session will be dedicated to the new Silk Road, a strategy China chose to extend its’ influence and its’ Eurasian markets.
At the 2016 Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland, some 2,800 attendees took the opportunity to discuss the challenges raised by the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The Bridge Tank was there and quick to point out that this fledgling revolution was not the prerogative of the Global North.
The Crans Montana Forum, held in Dakhla, Morocco, from 17 to 22 March, was an opportunity for attendees to discuss South-South cooperation in Africa. They addressed the issue of African food security in a world that will have to feed 9 billion people by 2050. At the Forum, Bridge Tank’s president exploded the myth of insufficient production in Africa as being “incorrect, counterproductive and ultimately dangerous” for the effectiveness of public
Bamako – to carry through its transformation, Africa must come up with a vision built on all the different forms of capital. From 18th to 20th February, the 16th edition of the Bamako Forum focused on the theme “Africa, between chaos and emergence”.