29 March 2017: "Geneva Talks on Foreign Investment in Africa"
The Department of Public International Law and International Organisation at the University of Geneva in collaboration of the University of Lausanne organises the Geneva Talks on Foreign Investment in Africa, which is a series of talks organized twice every year at the University of Geneva within a project on “Foreign Investment in Africa: Gaining Development Momentum” financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The purpose of the series is to discuss topical questions related to the legal promotion and protection of foreign investment in Africa as well as to contribute to the understanding of the opportunities and challenges related to the flow of foreign investment from the standpoint of the sustainable development of the continent.
The next talk is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 29 March 2017 from 14h00 to 16h00 in Room 2160 at the University of Geneva.
The topic will be "The Rise of Investor Obligations in African Investment Agreements".
8 mars 2017