APLU’s Sope Williams-Elegbe brought a public procurement perspective to deliberations on blockchain in Africa at the Blockchain Africa 2020 conference. She presented on “Public Procurement, Corruption and Blockchain Technology: A Preliminary Inquiry” at the conference held in Sandton, Johannesburg on 12 March 2020. More information on the conference can be found here.
AFRICAN PROCUREMENT LAW UNIT
The aim of the African Procurement Law Unit is to foster inter-institutional academic engagement in the field of public procurement regulation on the African continent.
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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.>>