At the Second International Conference on Public Procurement Law in Africa, held from 24-25 November 2016 in Cape Town, APPRRU announced the change of the unit’s name to the African Procurement Law Unit – APLU. The conference marked the five-year anniversary of the establishment of the unit and the change of name reflects the expansion of the unit’s focus over its first five years beyond strict research activities to now also include significant training initiatives and assistance to policy makers in designing public procurement law regimes.
AFRICAN PROCUREMENT LAW UNIT
The aim of the African Procurement Law Unit is to foster academic engagement in the field of public procurement regulation on the African continent.
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The PLAN Network is a permanent global network of academics interested in public procurement law and regulatory policy.>>
INTERNATIONAL LEARNING LAB ON PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS
The International Learning Lab on Public Procurement and Human Rights is a global network to generate knowledge, tools and guidance, and build capacity of local and national procurement agencies to integrate human rights into purchasing.>>