Are there enough job opportunities for youth in Africa’s agricultural sector? What political processes are needed to promote productive employment? Does the ICT sector have as much potential for Africa as we like to think? How can we effectively stimulate young and female entrepreneurs in developing countries?
These and other important questions will take central stage during the round table discussion organized by INCLUDE on 15 December, 2016.
This interactive meeting will take stock of the INCLUDE knowledge with our numerous international researchers; discuss issues of productive employment with platform members, including Lemma Senbet of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) and Sarah Ssewanyana of the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC); and engage in a thought-provoking debate with external experts like Louise Shaxon (ODI & DEGRP), Martha Melesse (IDRC) and Ifediora Chimezie Amobi (Executive Director of the African Heritage Institution and former economic advisor to Goodluck Jonathan).
You can download the draft programme of this meeting at this page.
For more information on the meeting, please see here.
T.S. Jayne, J. Chamberlin and D.D. Headey
L. Beaman, D. Karlan, B. Thuysbaert and C. Urby
M. Gouse, D. Sengupta, P. Zambrano and J.F. Zelpeda