PARTNERSHIP OF EQUALS:
SHARING VALUES, SHARING PROSPERITY


JULY 4-5th 2019


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EURAFRICAN FORUM

AMBITION


The EurAfrican Forum exists to explore and promote the power of diasporas as a connecting force between cities, regions and continents, between cultures, companies and people.

It is an action-oriented gathering of leaders that aims to foster stronger collaboration between Europe and Africa to promote a shared green and inclusive growth for the two continents, fostering mechanisms for collaboration and creating new synergies and partnerships.

Under the theme “Partnership of Equals: Sharing Values, Sharing Prosperity”, the 2019 Forum will focus on common challenges, changing relationships, aiming to create fresh opportunities, showcasing examples of progress and inspiring transformation for a shared prosperous and sustainable common future of Europe and Africa.


In the first edition of the EurAfrican Forum, under the theme “Crafting Coalitions for Change”, prominent speakers debated a call to action for building trust between Europe and Africa and taking the opportunity to rebalance and promote the EurAfrican geographies and reinforce the diaspora networks.

Attended by more than 400 people in the first edition, the Forum provides a major opportunity for networking and exchanges between those that are crafting innovative approaches for common challenges. Notably African and European leaders from government, business and civil society, young entrepreneurs, activists, social influencers, NGOs and media, gathered to constitute the ‘EurAfrican Community Network’.


THE

TOPICS


The Forum positions the youth of the two continents as the hope for a better future and will address new partnership paradigms between Africa and Europe to promote innovation, entrepreneurship and new skills.


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PANEL 1

From donor-recipient towards equal participation.

Building a new Africa–Europe relationship based on mutual respect and collective decision-making presents a huge challenge.

How to move towards a more balanced, mutually respectful, relationship between both continents? How to shift Europe-Africa relationship away from aid, towards investment and trade? How to exploit the geographical advantage between both continents in terms of proximity at the same time as it confronts the politically divisive issue of uncontrolled migration?
PANEL 2

African entrepreneurs driving inclusive innovation and growth.

Sheer ambition and aspiration of Africa’s youth is the inner challenge to retake the narrative and reinvent the continent’s technological and entrepreneurial future. Innovation is an opportunity, mobilizing knowledge, expertise and resources to enhance Africa’s innovation ecosystem and raise awareness of the ‘continent of the future’ innovation potential.

Is Africa leading the innovation revolution? How to take advantage of the tremendous opportunities from the digital transformation that Africa is offering? Which are the most entrepreneurial cities in Europe? Which African cities are growing and blooming now?
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PANEL 3

Changing the narrative: valuing talent and diversity from migrant flows.

It is only a matter about perception – changing the problem and changing the narrative, bringing in a new generation of the African diaspora and perspectives through writers, artists, actors, producers, singers, addressing well known issues about legacy in a creative and simple way.

What can be done so Europe and Africa can profit from each other? Which are the cultural and psychological barriers regarding Africa and Europe relations? How to strengthen cooperation between south of Europe and the North of Africa to take the most of proximity opportunities?
PANEL 4

Africa: The new frontier for impact investment and innovation.

In Africa, impact investing is a growing phenomenon, albeit one which is developing at different speeds in different parts of the continent where Southern Africa is leading the field.

Home to some of the fastest developing economies and markets in the world, with real challenges to solve and real ways to solve them. Africa is the land of opportunity and the playground where impact investment and innovation is the upfront. How are these projects evolving in Africa? In which areas can impact investing make a difference? Can “impact” be measured credibly?
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PANEL 5

Legacy to Growth: Rehabilitating the Heritage, Culture and Tourism.

In view of the renovation and use of the cultural and historical heritage throughout countries, it is possible to transform them into an economic asset for countries’ economies, suitable for tourism-oriented economic activity, generating wealth and jobs, enhancing the attractiveness of regional destinations the development of different regions.

Tourism of Portugal has recently launched the REVIVE project, leveraging the cultural values as a connecting force between Africa and Europe.


EURAFRICAN FORUM

HOST



A non-profit private association, founded in 2012, by indication of the President of Portuguese Republic – also Honorary President – as well as of the Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs – Honorary Vice-President.

The main purpose of the association is to enhance Portugal’s brand and international reputation involving the Portuguese diaspora of proven influence who keep most of their activity abroad and who have distinguished themselves in their field of expertise, namely in Culture, Citizenship, Science and Economics. The World Portuguese Network currently comprises 94 Counselors, spread over 24 countries and 47 cities, on the 5 continents.


WORLD PORTUGUESE
NETWORK
/
PORTUGUESE
DIASPORA COUNCIL



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José Manuel Durão Barroso

Chairman of the EurAfrican Forum

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Filipe de Botton

Chairman of the Board of the
Portuguese Diaspora Council

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MEET THE

KEYNOTES

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António Guterres




United Nations Secretary-General
(Special Video-Message)

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António Vitorino




Director General to the International Organization for Migrations – UN Migration Agency (IOM)




MEET THE

SPEAKERS

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Emmanuel Noutary




General Delegate of ANIMA Investment Network

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Jasandra Nyker




CEO of BioTherm Energy

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Khadija Idrissi Janati




Founder of I-AFRIKA

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Linda Mabhena-Olagunju




Founder and Managing Director of DLO Energy Resources Group

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Marie Lora-Mungai




Founder and CEO of Restless Global

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Markus Lienkamp




Professor of Automotive Technology at Technical University of Munich

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Mourad El Ajouti




Founder of Green Justice Association

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Samir Abdelkrim




Founder of EMERGING Valley

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Sérgio Pimenta




Vice-President of International Finance Corporation for the Middle East and Africa

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Tina Charisma




Founder of “Charisma Campaign“

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Tunde Kehinde




Co-Founder of Lidya

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Vèna Arielle Ahouansou




CEO of Kea Medicals


MEET THE

Moderators&MC

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John Gapper




Associate editor of the Financial Times

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Nozipho Mbanjwa




Founder and Lead Moderator at Akwande Communications

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Thora Arnorsdottir




Media personality and documentary film producer (MC)


MEET THE

Advisory Board



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Christian Kamayou




CEO MyAfricanStartUp

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Kola Karim




Founder and CEO of Shoreline Group

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Manuel Mota




CEO of Mota-Engil Africa

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Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard




Owner of APO Group

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Pauline Mujawamariya Koelbl




Innovation Catalyst, PROWAH Co-Founder and Angel Investor

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Sophia Bekele




Founder & CEO of DotConnectAfrica Group

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Ziad Oueslati




Managing Director and Co-Founding Partner of AfricInvest


MEET THE

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP of the Portuguese Diaspora Council



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Carlos Pone




Chief Executive of AECOM Africa

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Christophe Fonseca




Film Director

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Gonçalo Terenas




Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Cultural Promotion Portugal – Senegal and West Africa

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Sérgio Pimenta




Vice-President of International Finance Corporation for the Middle East and Africa

MEET THE

VENUE



NOVA SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS
& ECONOMICS

Grand Auditorium
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Rua da Holanda, n.1, 2775-405 Carcavelos, Portugal

38º40’44.2″N 9º19’38.7″W

MEET THE

PARTNERS



HIGH PATRONAGE


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CO-HOST


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SPONSORS


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MEDIA PARTNERS



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