Agenda

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DAY 1 – Wednesday, October 20th, 2021
Host Mounia Berrada-Gouzi, International Multilingual Moderator
Host Thöra Arnórsdóttir, Investigative Journalist at INBS
Opening Remarks

Track 1: Perspectives on Economy for Europe and Africa after the Free Trade Agreement
Session 1: The Dawn of the African Internal Market: Expectations, Issues and Problems

Session 2: The importance of international trade, global solutions and international partnerships in promoting the Green and Digital transitions in Africa and Europe

Networking
Track 2: Gig Work and Digital Platforms and technologies
Session 3: Technology for sustainable work

Session 4: Disrupting the Way People Work

Networking
Track 3: The Digital ID Revolution
Session 5: Shedding light on "invisible people" and fighting the "Identification Gap"

Closing Remarks
DAY 2 – Thursday, October 21st, 2021
Host Mounia Berrada-Gouzi, International Multilingual Moderator
Host Thöra Arnórsdóttir, Investigative Journalist at INBS
Track 4: Fueling the Growth of Commerce
Session 6: Building the Network

Session 7: Connecting the Supply and Demand

Networking
Track 5: Making way for green growth and inclusive transitions
Session 8: Green Deal and AU-EU Relations

Session 9: From waste into resources

Session 10: From waste into resources – the startup reality

Session 11: Green Energy

Networking
NOVAFRICA
Session 12: Digital education on pandemic times

Nwabueze Prince Okenna, International Development & Public Policy master’s student at Nova SBE

Vitor Cavalcante, Project Manager at NOVAFRICA

Closing Remarks
DAY 3 – Friday, October 22nd, 2021
Host Mounia Berrada-Gouzi, International Multilingual Moderator
Host Thöra Arnórsdóttir, Investigative Journalist at INBS
Track 6: Culture & Market
Session 13: African Fashion as a bespoke cultural experience

Jane Aimuengheuwa, KOKO TV

Session 14: Showcasing African Fashion into the Global Catwalk

Jane Aimuengheuwa, KOKO TV

Vasco Rocha, Mozambique Fashion week

Networking
Track 7: Media & Digitalization
Session 15: Setting a path forward for a digitized media landscape in Africa

Networking
Session 16: A conversation between Presidents

Closing Remarks