INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW AFRICA
The fourth International Conference on Public Procurement Law Africa will be held on 11 to 12 September 2023 in Cape Town.
The Conference theme is Public Procurement and the Sustainable Development Goals in Africa: Opportunities towards 2030. The theme will address a range of critically important legal and policy issues relating to sustainable development and sustainable public procurement in Africa, in the seven year deadline to achieving the SDGs by 2030. The conference will examine the role of public procurement to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals; using public procurement to address gender equality and the climate emergency in Africa; the integration between procurement and human rights issues such as modern slavery; as well as issues that present an obstacle to sustainable development such as corruption, weak institutional capacity and poor governance in the procurement context – all from a regulatory perspective. The conference will also consider the role that innovation and technology such as blockchain and AI can play in sustainable public procurement and regulatory issues pertaining to such innovation. Plenary speakers include some of the leading thinkers in public procurement in Africa and internationally, and the conference will feature numerous papers, and workshops presentations.
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Please note that the conference is an academic conference and we are unable to fund speaker’s participation.