Symposium Univ Bordeaux

Africa 2030 • 9th - 11th July, 2019


Program

Course content is organized as follows:

2 hour sessions of thematic lectures, dedicated to public health, economics and political science, as well as methods lectures dedicated to methodological tools and approaches to conducting multidisciplinary policy-orientated research projects;

2 to 3 hour sessions of tutored group work based on case studies around previously assigned topics or countries. This work aims to develop a policy-oriented research proposal to be presented on the last day.

Day 1

July 9th, 2019

Day 2

July 10th, 2019

Day 3

July 11th, 2019

  Participant arrival and welcome breakfast

  Creation of working groups and identification of project themes per group

  Thematic lecture

  • Global health challenges for Africa 2030 - Prof. D. Ekouevi

  Thematic lectures

  • Food: how the 2008 surge in international cereal prices has affected food policies in African countries - Prof. T. Bernard
  • From malnutrition to obesity and diabetes - nutritional perspectives for Africa 2030

  Thematic lectures

  • Demographic trends and internal/international migrations
  • Social justice and the production of urban space - Dr. C. Buire

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

  Thematic lectures

  • Structural change: sectoral transformation of African economies since the 2000’s - Dr. E. Rougier
  • Elections and democratization in Africa: the role(s) of the diaspora - Dr. E. Smith

  Thematic lecture

  • Policymaking, public administration and international aid in Africa - Dr. R. Nakanabo Diallo
Methods lecture
  • Risk analysis and scenarios - Les Afriques dans le Monde

  Thematic lectures

  • Health systems and universal health coverage in Africa 2030 - Dr. E. Paul

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

  Thematic lectures

  • Urbanization, transport, pollution - Prof. A. Meunié
  • Lung health and air pollution in Africa 2030 - Prof. C. Raherison-Semjen

  Methods lectures

  • Indicators, data sources and measurement strategies - Prof. T. Bernard, Dr. C. Buire, Dr. O. Marcy
  • Implementation research and science - Dr. J. Orne-Gliemann

  Tutored group work session

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

  Tutored group work session

  Dinner

  Tutored group work session

  Oral presentation of multidisciplinary projects and discussion

  Thematic lecture

  • Climate change and organization of international research: how will the next 20 years differ from the last 20? - Dr. X. Anglaret

A certificate of participation will be awarded to students upon completion of the course.

Program may be subject to change.

Transformation Digital Food Governance Challenges Justice Economy Health Population trends Sustainability Development Policies Diagnosis Political science Africa

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