Overview

The BRI Dialogue is an annual summit hosted by the Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory.

Launched in 2013 by President Xi Jinping, China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects ever conceived. 

BRI is delivering infrastructure development across Africa, and the continent has a more positive view of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) than anywhere else outside China.

As of August 2022, 50 of the 55 countries in Africa had signed some sort of memorandum of understanding or other agreement on the BRI.

This BRI dialogue is set to bring together policy experts, researchers, ministers of states, private sector business leaders, central bankers representatives from regional economic communities, civil society organizations, academics, and thought leaders to drive conversations on how to prioritize Africa’s infrastructure development agenda as a sequel to China’s BRI.

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Why Participate

Key Ideas

SPEAKERS

Paul Frimpong

Founder & Executive Director
Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory

Prof. David Norris

Vice-Chancellor, University of Botswana
Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory

Dr. Hagan Sibiri

Senior Research Fellow
Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory

Dr. Rosemary Mongya

Senior Research Fellow
Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory

Mikatekiso Kubayi

Researcher
Institute for Global Dialogue (at UNISA)

Dr. Stacey Links

Assistant Professor, Leiden University
Advisory Panel Member, ACCPA

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